Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Causticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Frequent inclination to urinate, with thirst and scanty emission.
More copious emission of urine.
Emission of urine at night, and wetting the bed.
Involuntary emission of urine (as in cases of children who wet the bed at night; in women, when urine spouts from them in walking, coughing, &c.), day and night.
Acrid and corrosive urine, or pale, aqueous, of a deep-brown, or reddish colour.
Stringy mucus in the urine.
The urine becomes turbid, after settling.
Sensation of burning in making water.
Itching of the orifice of the urethra.
Flow of blood from the urethra.
Emission of sanguineous semen, during coition.
Pressure and shooting in the testes.
Ulcers and itching scabs on the interior part of the prepuce.
Red spots on the penis.
Copious secretion of smegma behind the glans penis.
Itching at the scrotum, glans, and prepuce.
Excoriation between the legs, at the vulva.
Increase of sexual desire.
Absence of erections.
Escape of prostatic fluid after a stool.
Dislike to coition.
Cramps of the matrix.
Leucorrhoea flows at night and not during the day.
Nipples excoriated, cracked, and surrounded with tetters.
Want of secretion of milk.
Catamenia retarded, but more copious, with flow of blood in large clots.
Difficult first menstruation.
During the menses no blood is passed at night.
Before the catamenia, melancholy, sacral pains, and colic.
Catamenia too feeble; sexual desire too weak.
During the catamenia, pains in the loins, cuttings, and paleness in the face; yellowness of the face; vertigo.
Profuse leucorrhoea, having the smell of the catamenia, or which flows in the night.≡ more ...