Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Frequent urination; also at night.
Urine very dark-colored, without sediment; offensive, dark brown with white sediment; bloody.
Urinary troubles, from getting the feet wet.
Burning at tip of glans penis.
Burning in urethra during urination.
Inflammation of the prepuce, fraenum and orifice of urethra, with a little yellow pus between the fraenum and glans.
Excessive sexual desire with retarded erection., and too early emission of semen, during coitus; burning and stinging during discharge.
Nocturnal pollutions, which debilitate body and mind.
Aching in the vagina.
Violent itching and soreness of the vulva.
Uterus easily displaced by overexertion.
Sexual desire greatly increased at 3 A.M.
Metrorrhagia, with leucorrhoea during the climacteric.
Stinging in the os uteri.
Leucorrhoea, like milk, with itching, burning.
Burning soreness in the genitals.
Inflammation and swelling in the genitals.
Stinging, burning tubercles on the margin of the labia.
Much sweat about the labia.
Menses too early; last too long; too profuse.
Discharge of blood between the periods, induced by mental excitement or working.
Suppressed menses with full habit; after working in water.
Swelling and painfulness of the breasts before the menses.
Sterility when the menses are too early and copious.
During pregnancy, great fatigue from walking, from feeling of lameness in pelvis.
Alopecia, particularly of lying-in women.
Lochia lasts too long, or has a milky appearance.
Mammae distended, but milk scanty.
Healthy-looking women with deficient milk, whose children die early with diarrhoea and convulsions, or with hydrocephalus.
Swelling of mammae, sore to touch; knife-like pains.
Ulcer on the nipple; sore to touch.
Moles and varicose protuberances on the hands of infants.
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