Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cocculus Indicus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Frequent desire to urinate, with small discharge.
Drawing, sore pain in the testicles when touched.
Itching of scrotum.
Dysmenorrhoea followed by hemorrhoids. Also with severe cutting in the womb, or sensation as if later was distended; seasick feeling flatulent gastralgia.
Painful pressure in uterus, with cramps in chest, nausea and vomiting.
Seminal emissions at night.
Excitement of the genitals, with desire for coition.
Increased sensitiveness of the genitals.
Scanty discharge of black blood.
During the effort to menstruate, she is so weak that she is scarcely able to stand.
Leucorrhoea, like serum, mixed with a purulent, ichorous liquid.
Menses profuse and too often, when rising upon the feet it gushes out in a stream.
Leucorrhoea in place of the menses.
Shivering over the mammae.
Discharge of bloody mucus from the uterus, during pregnancy.
Spasmodic and irregular labor-pains.
Terrible pain in small of back, with hour-glass contraction of uterus.
Spasms following difficult labor, and brought on by changing the position of the patient.≡ more ...