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Apis Mellifica - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - T.F. Allen

The Honey-bee, Bee sting, Apis Mellifera, Apis mel, Apisinum Apis.


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HPUS indication of Apis Mellifica: Stings
Apis Mellifica
Common symptoms: Stings, Allergy symptoms, Hives.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Apis Mel in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Stool

Sensation in the rectum like an electric shock, slightly painful, and followed by urging to stool,

Sensation of rawness in the anus, with diarrhoea,

Throbbing in the rectum, with a sensation in the anus as if stuffed full, and with heat,

Excessive tenesmus,

Urging to stool,

Urging to stool, with rumbling in the abdomen,

Frequent urging to stool; pains in the anus after much straining, the following morning,

Passage of flatus before stool,

Copious, watery diarrhoea, , (A. R. M.).

Copious diarrhoea and vomiting,

Copious evacuations of blackish-brown, green and whitish excrements,

Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea, first lumpy, and not fetid; afterwards, watery and very fetid; then pappy, mixed with mucus and blood. Then followed stools like a dysentery, with much tenesmus, and a sensation as if the intestines had been crushed,

Several loose stools daily,

Two loose stools daily, for five days,

Loose stools, eight days in succession,

Loose stools in the morning (fifth day); loose urgent stool in the morning (sixth day),

Loose, lumpy stool,

Yellow, watery diarrhoea, with griping (twelve discharges, within twelve hours),

Greenish, yellowish, mucous diarrhoea, without any pain (about twenty-four hours after the first dose (2d); and twelve times, the same day; then ceasing, while she took 2d, and later, after 1st),

Yellowish, slimy, green-colored diarrhoea, with swelling of the labia,

Increasing prostration during diarrhoea,

Stools soft and pappy, mixed with serum, as if soft faeces had been beaten in water, but not dissolved; orange-colored,

Stool every morning; scanty, pappy, light-yellow; did not begin to grow darker for a week,

Several thin, yellow stools, with extreme weakness and prostration; the stools occur with every motion of the body, as if the anus were constantly open. (In a woman of forty, with ascites, after 6th dil.),

Colorless water passes from the anus,

Stool natural, preceded by emission of flatulence, and a small quantity of almost colorless water, containing lumps, or fragments of jelly-like mucus, streaked with blood,

Blood and mucus with the stools,

Very hard, scanty stool (mornings),

Bowels confined for several days (eleventh day), (2d dil.),

Bowels confined (from the eighth to the twelfth day),

No stool for a week (from the third to the tenth day),

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