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
Much loss of blood from the anus, with the evening stool.
Discharge of blood from the rectum.
The varices of the anus are swollen, pain when sitting, and also discharge blood.
The varices of the anus swell suddenly.
The varices of the rectum swell and protrude daily during the first days, but not on the following days.
Protrusion of a large varix of the rectum.
The swollen varices of the rectum protrude and make even the stools which are not hard, painful.
The varices of the rectum protrude and pain severely while walking, less during stool.
The rectum, with its varices, protrudes during the stool like a scroll.
Ascarides of the rectum.
Infestation from ascarides in the rectum.
An ascaris crawls out from the rectum, with itching and formication.
Ascarides, during stool.
Before the stool, nausea.
During stool, burning in the anus.
Pain in the rectum, as if torn open, even when the stool is not hard.
At the passage of the stool, straining at the termination of the rectum, with grumbling and rumbling in the belly.
After tenesmus, there is still a continued pressure on the rectum and dyspnoea.
After the stool, anxious oppression of the chest.
After the forenoon-stool, severe stitches in the scrobiculus cordis, on pressure.
After the stool, sensation of tiredness.
After the stool, drawing cutting, in and about the anus.
After a healthy stool, drawing and cutting in the lower part of the rectum, with sensation of heat there.
After a profuse stool, burning in the rectum, in the morning.
After the stool, a burning itching in the anus.
In the lower part of the rectum, sensation of heaviness.
Grumbling in the rectum.
Pressure in the rectum, in the evening, while sitting (aft. 22 d.).
Violent pressure in the rectum (after several h.).
Pressure in the anus.
Pressure in the rectum, as if diarrhoea was coming.
Straining in the anus and painful urging in the rectum.
Straining, almost cutting, bearing-down pain in the rectum, soon after dinner.
Cramp in the rectum, the whole forenoon, a pinching together and stinging, with violent, anxious oppression, so that she could not sit still, but bad to walk about (aft. 10 d.).
Twitching in the rectum.
Tensive, twitching pain in the rectum, unconnected with stools, in the evening.
Stitches toward the rectum (aft. 13 d.).
Lancinating pain, as from soreness, on the outside of the anus.
Transient pain, as from excoriation on the anus (aft. 16 d.).
Burning in the rectum.
Burning in the anus, even during the noon nap.
Burning and feeling of dryness on the anus.
Crawling in the anus.
Crawling in the rectum, as from ascarides.
Severe itching on the anus.
Inflamed, burning painful, eruption like grapes, on the anus (aft. 19 d.).
Soreness on the anus and between the thighs.
Soreness between the nates, when walking.
Constipation during the first days; she has no stool without an enema.
Constipation, aggravated from day to day.
Constipation, lasting for two days (aft. 7 d.).
The second day, he has no stool.
No stool, with constant tenesmus, and with this, gloominess in the head.
Fruitless urging to stool (8th. d.).
Diminished stool (aft. 24 d.).
Costiveness (aft. 7, 18, 24 d.).
Hard, undigested stool, and not every day.
Hard, black stool (aft. 4 d.).
Hard stool, with mucus, burning during the discharge.
Stool of unusually large formation.
Frequent discharge of stools, at first hard, then pappy, then thin.
Frequent stools, first firm, then pappy, then thin, painless; the following two days, costiveness.
Painful tenesmus, day and night.
Continual urging to stool, which she can satisfy only by great efforts, while only little passes (aft. 24 h.).
Urging, as if diarrhoea was coming, and yet normal stool.
First thin, then lumpy stool, without colic.
Diarrhoeic stool (1st, 3d, 4th d.).
Diarrhoea, the first eight days.
A diarrhoea, which does not weaken, two, three, four times a day, for many days (aft. 2 d.).
Undigested stool, more thin (aft. 6 d.).
Undigested, hard, intermittent stool.
Stool, fetid, like rotten eggs.
A liquid, smelling like herring-pickle, drips from the anus.
Quick white stool.
White stools, with streaks of blood, with much ill-humor, and much pain in the liver, excited by breathing and touch.
Stool scanty, mixed with blood (aft. 26 d.).≡ more ...