Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Belladonna in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Frequent desire to make water.
Retention of urine.
Difficult discharge of urine (and then discharge of a few drops of bloody urine only).
Continual dribbling of urine.
When passing water, faeces escape.
Frequent emission of urine, copious, pale, and watery, sometimes with profuse perspiration, thirst, increased appetite, diarrhoea, and obscuration of sight.
In continence and involuntary emission of urine, even in the night and during sleep.
Paralysis of the neck of the bladder.
Strictures of the urethra.
Urine turbid, of a yellow colour, or clear, the colour of Aurum Metallicum gold or citron; or scanty and of a brownish-red colour, or the colour of blood, or a bright red colour.
Red, or whitish and thick sediment in the urine.
Sensation of motion in the bladder, as of a worm.
Nocturna pressure in the bladder.
Shooting, burning pains in the renal region.
Retraction of the prepuce.
Soft and painless nodosity in the glans.
Shootings in the testes, which are drawn up.
Inflammation of the testicles, great hardness in the drawn-up testicles.
Pollutions, with flaccidity of the penis.
Great dryness of the vagina.
Spasmodic contraction of the uterus.
Congestion and inflammation of the uterus and labia.
Sharp and drawing pain in the spermatic cords, chiefly while making water.
Nocturnal sweat of the genital parts.
Flow of prostatic fluid.
Sexual desire diminished, with perfect indifference to all voluptuous excitement.
Violent pressure towards the genital parts, as if all were going to protrude, principally when walking, or when in a crouching posture.
Shooting in the internal genital parts.
Prolapsus and induration of the matrix.
Menstrual discharge bright red, feeling very hot like hot sealing-wax.
Metrorrhagia of clear red blood, with a discharge of fetid clots; with violent pain in the small of the back and bearing-down.
Menstrual blood of bright colour, or of a bad smell.
Leucorrhoea with colic.
Labour pains too distressing, spasmodic; too weak, or ceasing.
Stitches in the organs.
Puerperal fever, nymphomania.
Flow of milk from the breast.
Mammae swelled, inflamed, or indurated.
Catamenia too copious, and too early, or too tardy.
Catamenia too pale.
Before the catamenia, fatigue, colic, loss of appetite, and confused sight.
During the catamenia, nocturnal sweat on the chest, with yawning and transient shiverings, colic, or anguish of heart, burning thirst, sharp and cramp-like pains in the back and in the arms.
Flow of blood beyond the period of the catamenia.
Flow of blood between the periods.≡ more ...