Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hep Sulph Calc in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Urine slow and turbid, with whitish sediment.
The urine is passed slowly, with difficulty; drops out perpendicularly.
Abundant secretion of pale urine, with pressure on the bladder.
Acrid, corrosive (corroding the prepuce), or pale and watery, or deep-red, and hot urine.
Nocturnal emission of urine.
Wetting the bed (at night).
Emission of blood after urination.
Burning in the urethra during micturition.
Stitches in the urethra.
Redness and inflammation of the orifice of the urethra.
Discharge of mucus from the urethra.
Itching of the penis (glans, fraenulum).
Smarting, excoriation, and oozing, between the thigh and the scrotum.
Excoriation of the vulva, and between the thighs.
Leucorrhoea, with smarting at the vulva.
Congestion of blood to the uterus.
Weakness of the genital parts.
Painful, cramp-like, and tensive erections.
Absence of sexual desire and of erections.
Erections without energy, during coition.
Excitement of the genital parts, as if for emission.
Flow of prostatic fluid, esp. after making water, and during a difficult evacuation.
Irritation of ovaries (l.); with swelling; and great sensitiveness.
Discharge of blood between the periods, with inflation of the abdomen.
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