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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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
The varices of the rectum protrude.
Rumbling in the rectum.
Crawling in the rectum, as from ascarides.
Burning at the anus.
A little lump above the anus, and a sensation of swelling there.
On the perinaeum, sweat.
Very frequent, ineffectual calls to stool, with much eructation.
Calls to stool, but the peristaltic motion of the large intestines is lacking, so as to discharge the faeces, which are not hard, and which can only be partially expelled by the exertion of the abdominal muscles.
Inactivity of the rectum; the stool is hard and insufficient, and the anus swollen.
Soft stool, which is, however, only expelled by much straining.
With much urging, difficult discharge of scanty faeces, which are not hard.
After much straining, a stool of hard lumps of faeces, mixed with a yellow liquid.
Frequent stools also at night; with straining, tenesmus and exhaustion, only very little is evacuated.
Diarrhoea with colic; with inclination to lie down; hot hands and cheeks.
Three diarrhoeic stools, with qualmish feeling of nausea and rumbling in the abdomen.
Slight diarrhoeic stools, several times a day, preceded by some pinching; then some flatus before the stool, and some more flatus afterward.
Diarrhoea of bloody mucus, with rumbling as if behind in the back, without pain in the abdomen.
Blood is passed with the stool.
Flow of blood from the rectum, with a soft stool.
After the stool, inflation of the abdomen.
After the stool, the nose is stopped.
After the stool, sensation of excoriation in the anus, and secretion of ichor.≡ more ...