Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Causticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Frequent and ineffectual efforts to evacuate, with pains, anxiety, and redness of the face.
The faeces are passed more easily, in an erect posture.
Faeces knotty, or of a very small size.
Faeces hard, tough, covered with mucus; viscid, and shining, as if with fat, or of a bright and whitish colour.
Diarrhoea in the evening and at night.
Diarrhoea, with tenesmus and burning in the rectum.
Diarrhoea, after the abdomen has been chilled.
Flow of blood and incisive pains in the rectum, during the evacuation.
After the evacuation, anguish, with palpitation of the heart and burning in the anus.
Itching in the anus.
In the anus, appearance of haemorrhoidal tumors, which are hard, swollen, painful, and which impede evacuation.
Walking and meditation aggravate the haemorrhoidal pains, so as to render them insupportable.
Varices of the rectum, hindering stool; large; painful; stinging; burning when touched.
Pressure in the haemorrhoidal tumors of the rectum, so as to cause them to protrude.
Pulsation in the perineum.
Fistula in the rectum.
Abscess in the anus.
Pain of excoriation, and moisture in the anus.≡ more ...