Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Coccus Cacti in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Stitches extending from the kidneys through the urethra into the bladder.
Dull, pressive pain and soreness in region of kidneys.
Pressure in bladder.
Spasmodic pain in the bladder, with alternate coldness and heat.
Itching at the end of the urethra.
Stitches and itching in urethra.
Burning pain in urethra while urinating.
Frequent and great desire to urinate.
Great desire to urinate in the morning (with erection).
Frequent and copious urination, urine clear as water.
Red sediment like brickdust.
The discharge of urine is slow, in small quantities, with violent burning pain.
Soreness of vulva; cannot bear pressure of clothing.
Great tenderness and irritation in extreme lower part of vagina, agg. when urinating; can walk a long distance, but is agg. after sitting in the house all day.
Enormous black clots pass from vagina.
Haemorrhage from uterus, with passage of large clots, which escape when quiet, or when getting up to pass water.
Genitals hot, red, swollen.
Frequent erections, with increased desire.
Lascivious mood, nocturnal emissions.
Loss of sexual power with constant dull burning pains in l. hypochondrium and pains across loins as if broken.
Swelling and heat of pudenda.
Inflammation of labia.
Mucous leucorrhoea, preceded by drawing, thrusting pain in inguinal, vesical, and pubic regions.
Menses too early; too profuse; and last too long.≡ more ...