Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Causticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Frequently a sudden, piercing, pressing pain in the rectum.
Sensation of something hard lodged in the rectum, like a kernel of a fruit.
Sensation in the rectum, as of faeces lodged there, which would come away.
Cramp in the rectum, making it impossible to walk; she was at once obliged to sit still (aft. several h.).
Stitch of the anus (before a meal).
Itching of the anus.
Excessive itching of the anus, day and night (aft. 2 d.).
Severe itching in the rectum and the pudenda.
Itching and stinging of the rectum.
Tingling itching of the anus.
Formication in the rectum (aft. several h.).
Smarting pain in the anus, after stool.
Violent burning in the anus, during stool.
Pain as of a sore on the anus, and moisture there.
Varices on the anus, impeding the stool (aft. 13 d.).
Large painful varices.
Pains as from a sore of the varices of the anus, intolerably aggravated by walking and by reflection.
Hard varices of the anus, shooting and burning, extremely painful when touched; when walking, standing and sitting they are equally painful; relieved by stool; for fourteen days (aft. 19 d.).
Swollen varices of the anus, with itching, stinging and much oozing moisture.
Large, painful boil, near the anus, discharging much pus and blood, attended with much fatigue.
Pain in the perinaeum.
Severe throbbing in the perinaeum.
No stool (2d and 3d d.).
Constipation (aft. 24 h.).
Ineffectual urging to stool, frequently, with many pains, anxiety, and redness in the face (aft. 4, 10, 30 d.).
Frequent call to stool, without anything but flatus being discharged (aft. 3 d.).
Urging to stool, but the anus is spasmodically and painfully contracted, so that no stool at all resulted; but the pressure still continued (2d d.).
Tenesmus, with grumbling in the abdomen.
At call to stool, anxious apprehension that some ill might happen to him.
The stool is more readily discharged while standing.
Hard, firm stool (3d, 4th d.).
With the sensation as if merely flatus would pass, faeces were discharged.
He has to get up at night for stool, which is very soft.
The stool came in lumps, then the rectum was contracted, and a soft stool came, formed very thin, like a quill (aft. 16 h.).
Soft stool, with discharge of flatus.
Half-liquid (diarrhoeic) stools.
Liquid stool, in the morning.
Diarrhoea, with tenesmus and burning in the anus.
Cold in the abdomen is apt to cause diarrhoea.
Stool, with an ascaris.
Stool, with white mucus (aft. 6 d.).
Mucus and bright blood come together, with knotty, difficult stool, without any sign of varices.
Painless passage of blood, with soft stool.
Bloody stool, with burning and feeling of soreness in the rectum.
Before the stool, writhing pain in the abdomen.
During stool, stinging in the rectum.
After stool, burning in the anus, anxious pulse, and palpitation of the heart.
After stool, burning in the anus, making him weak.
After stool, tremulous lassitude and palpitation.
After stool, anxious oppression, heat in the face, and inclination to perspire.
After stool, in the evening, anxious oppression on the chest, and abdomen very much inflated.
After stool, anxiety.
After the (first hard, then soft) stool, first succeeds dyspnoea, then inflation and pinching in both hypochondria, especially in the right, at every step.
After stool, often qualmishness.
After the stool (the third on that day), salty and mucous water flowed from his mouth (waterbrash).
After stool, emission of prostatic juice.
In the rectum, pressure, all day.
Continual pressure in the rectum and anus, worse after every stool.≡ more ...