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Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms

Hahnemann's Calcium Sulphide, Hepar, Hepar sulph, Hepar Sulfuris Calcareum, Hepar sulfur, Hepar Sulf, Hep Sulf, Hepar Sulph Calc Hep.


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HPUS indication of Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum: Croupiness

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hep Sulph Calc in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Rectum

Constipation

alternating with diarrhoea

difficult stool; soft stool

inactivity of rectum

insufficient, incomplete, unsatisfactory stool

Diarrhoea

daytime only

morning

forcing out of bed

night

after laxatives

after cold drinks

while teething

after eating

eating

burping, belching

after suppressed out-breaks on skin

after suppression of measles-like rash

cold food

external heat

after mercury poisoning

painless

after quinine

Dragging, heaviness, weight

Dysentery

Flatulence

morning

night

Flatulence

offensive; rotten eggs

Haemorrhage from anus

during stool

Haemorrhoids

congested

external

internal

after mercury poisoning

generating pus

touch

ulcerating

Inflammation

Itching; like insects crawling on skin in anus

Moisture

Pain

during stool

burning; during stool

burning; after stool

soreness

after stool

urge to stool, or urinate, but producing nothing; during stool

Prolapse

after stool

Sensitive

Skin and lining

abscess

abscess; perineum (between rectum and genitals)

out-break on skin around anus

excoriated (as if grazed, chaffed)

perineum (between rectum and genitals)

fistula (additional hole)

perspiration about the anus and perineum (between rectum and genitals)

ulceration

Closing

Swelling of anus

sensation of

Urging, desire to stool (see pain

urge to stool, or urinate, but producing nothing); frequent

urge to stool, or urinate, but producing nothing); during stool

Sensation of weight; and a feeling as if a plug were wedged between the pubic bone and coccyx (bottom tip of spine, see lump, dragging)

Stool

Clay-colored and soft

SOUR, white, undigested, FETID

Loss of power to expel even a soft stool.

Strong and sharp (acrid), corrosive, wearing away skin

Black

Bloody

Clay-coloured (see light-coloured)

Copious

Dry

Frequent

Green

Hard

Food appears to be passed undigested (lientery)

Light-coloured

Mucous, slimy

bloody

green

Odour

like rotten cheese

like rotten eggs

offensive

sour

Pasty, mushy

Containing pus

Scanty

Soft

Thin, liquid

normal consistency

Watery

morning

green

White

like chalk

normal consistency

lumps, like chalk

milk like

Yellow

normal consistency

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