Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Chininum Sulphuricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pressing inclination to urinate, with copious emission of urine like water.
Increased secretion and emission of urine; saturated, deposits crystals; like whey; pale, clear, with urgency to urinate, preceded by inflation of the abdomen, with difficulty of respiration.
In dropsical cases, copious, saturated, cloudy; or else with a very strong smell.
Diminution of urine, which is sometimes saturated, and with crystallisations.
Urine turbid, red, or else with a strong urine-like smell, readily becoming turbid, with mucous flocks, sediment clay-coloured and fatty; decomposing readily, with sediment of yellow sand and crystals.
Like water, sometimes crystallising.
Frothy urine, with a fine yellowish-white sediment, on taking cold.
Sediment yellowish-white, of a strong odour, clay-coloured, from urine clear as water; reddish yellow, in copious urinations.
Crystals in the urine, which is copious; clear as water; with clay-coloured sediment, precipitated in urine as clear as water; with sediment of a reddish yellow, and urine more copious; in urine saturated, and more scanty.
Contractive smarting at the orifice of the urethra, after passing water in the evening.
Haematuria and haemoglobinuria.
Flow of blood from the vagina, with great heat and turgid condition of that part, following leucorrhoea during menstruation.
Suppression or diminution of sexual desire.
Forcing pain in the direction of the groins.
During the catamenia, violent shocks and squeezing in the abdomen, extending upwards from the umbilical region to the chest, with forcing pain in the direction of the groins.≡ more ...