Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Apis Mel in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Renal pains, soreness on pressure or when stooping.
Frequent sudden attacks of pain along the ureters.
Great irritation of neck at bladder, with frequent and burning urination.
Frequent desire, with passage of only a few drops.
Strangury, stricture, retained urine or inflamed bladder after abuse of cantharides.
Difficult urination, with children.
Incontinence, with great irritation of the parts.
Urine scanty, high-colored; red, bloody hot and scanty; scanty, fetid; scanty, reddish-brown; after standing, turbid; scanty, milky, albuminous; dark, with sediment like coffee-grounds; containing uriniferous tubules and epithelium.
Swelling of testicles, more the right; violent itching and redness of scrotum, sore to touch.
Dropsy of the scrotum; hydrocele.
Dropsy of the ovaries (right), or of the uterus.
Great tenderness over the uterine region, with bearing down pain; leucorrhoea and painful urination.
Heat and fulness of uterine region.
Burning or stinging pains in region of uterus or ovaries.
Frequent and long-lasting erections.
Sharp, cutting, lancinating pains in ovarian region, extending down thigh; worse right side; numbness in side and limb. θ Ovaritis. θ Ovarian tumor.
Feeling of weight, heaviness in ovarian region.
Right ovary enlarged, pain in left pectoral region, cough.
Menorrhagia, with heaviness in the abdomen, faintness, uneasiness, restlessness, yawning; may have red spots on body, stinging like bee-stings.
Dysmenorrhoea, with scanty discharge of slimy blood.
OEdema of the labia.
Leucorrhoea profuse, acrid, green.
Suppressed menses, with congested or inflamed ovaries.
Abortion during the early months.
Mammae burning, stinging, swelling, hardness and suppuration.
Erysipelas of mammae.
Menorrhagia accompanying pelvic peritonitis.
Ulceration of the navel in the newborn.≡ more ...