Excerpt from The American Homoeopathic Review, 1864, Vol. 4
Pressive pain in the forehead on the right over the eyes, then on the left with nausea. 101.
The pain over the eyes and tension, as if bound in the temples, diminished while eating, but came again soon after eating and remained as a pressure in the temples until in the night, and seemed to go away only after falling asleep. P. A.
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