Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Evacuations suspended, hard, in small quantity, and often with undigested substances.
Ineffectual efforts to evacuate, sometimes with pain.
Difficult evacuation, and only every two days.
Relaxation of the abdomen, frequent or continual; two evacuations a day.
Evacuations like clay, in small quantity, knotty, or serous, or in the form of pap.
White evacuations, sometimes with streaks of blood and hepatic pains, on touching the region of the liver, and on breathing.
Diarrhoea of sour smell; putrid; during dentition.
Involuntary and frothy evacuations.
Diarrhoea, of a sour smell, or fetid, or yellowish, in infants.
Ejection of ascarides and of tenia.
Prolapsus of the rectum during evacuation.
Before the evacuation, great irascibility.
After the evacuation, dejection, and relaxation of the limbs.
Flow of blood from the anus during the evacuation, also at other times.
Swelling, and frequent protrusion of haemorrhoidal excrescences, esp. during the evacuations, with burning pain.
Cramps, tenesmus, and contraction of the rectum.
Burning in the rectum and in the anus, with itching and tingling.
Burning eruption, in the form of a cluster, in the anus.
Excoriation at the anus, and between the buttocks and the thighs.
Affections of the rectum, as fissures, which are very painful, bleeding after every stool, followed by extreme exhaustion.≡ more ...