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Calcarea Phosphorica - Genitals Etc symptoms - Clarke

Phosphate Of Lime, Calcium phos, Calc-phos, Calc Phos, Schuessler Tissue Salt, Cell Salts, Tissue Salts, Biochemic Tissue / Cell Salt Number # 2 / Two, Calcium Phosphate, Calcarea Phos, Cal Phos, Calc-p.

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HPUS indication of Calcarea Phosphorica: Stiffness
Common symptoms: Stiffness, Chills, PMS.

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

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In region of kidneys violent pain when lifting, or blowing nose.

Frequent micturition.

Urine passed in large quantities with sensation of weakness.

Urine deep-coloured and sometimes hot.

After evacuation of faeces and emission of urine, the genital parts feel, as it were, fatigued.

Cutting in urethra before and after urinating; burning during.


Phosphatic urine (Bright's disease).


Shooting through the perineum into the penis.

Swelling of testicles.

Scrotum itching; sweating; sore; oozing a fluid.


Pressure upward over mons veneris, throbbing.

Burning, pain, swelling of vagina and external parts.


Aching in uterus; weakness and distress in uterine region; agg. during defecation and micturition; uterine displacement.


Increase of sexual desire in the morning, with unusual enjoyment in coition.

Nocturnal emissions.

Erections while riding in a carriage, without desire.


Chronic gonorrhoea in anaemic subjects.

Voluptuous feeling as if the parts were filling up with blood; feels pulse in all the parts, with increased sexual desire.



Leucorrhoea, like white of egg, day and night; agg. morning after rising; of sweetish odour; increased whites with a stool of bad odour.

Pains in navel; sacrum; symphysis pubis; mammae (sore and burning; nipples aching, sore) during pregnancy.

Child refuses breast, milk has a saltish taste.


Nymphomania; esp. before catamenia.

Menses too early, light, or dark (esp. with rheumatic patients); labour-like pains.

Menses too early, blood bright, with girls; too late; blood dark, or first bright, then dark, in women.

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