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Ignatia Amara - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - Clarke

St. Ignatius Bean, Ignat, Ignatia, Iamara, Ign.

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HPUS indication of Ignatia Amara: Sadness

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ignatia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Constipation from taking cold; from riding in a carriage.

Hard evacuations, with frequent ineffectual efforts.

Unsuccessful urging to stool, felt mostly in the upper intestines.

Faeces yellow, whitish, of a very large size, soft but difficult to eject.

Diarrhoea of sanguineous mucus, with rumbling in the abdomen.

Slimy evacuations, accompanied by colic.

Discharge of blood from the anus.

Prolapsus of the rectum while at stool.

Itching and tingling in the anus.

Ascarides in the rectum.

Contraction of the anus.

Contractive pain, as of excoriation, in the anus, after evacuation.

Prolapsus ani, with smarting pain, from slight pressure to stool.

Shootings from the anus high up into the rectum.

Smarting in the rectum during the loose evacuations.

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