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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Constipation, sometimes every second day.
Constipation during menstruation.
Constriction of the abdomen and difficult evacuation of faeces of too large a size.
Retarded stool from inactivity of rectum.
Obstruction from inactivity of bowels, as a want of peristaltic motion; haemorrhoids.
Resultless inclination to evacuate, and scanty evacuation.
Stool resembling sheep's dung.
Diarrhoea, mostly in evening and at night, with cutting pains and great physical debility.
Discharge of mucus, or of blood, during evacuation.
White mucus before and during stool.
Painless diarrhoea, with rumbling in abdomen.
Discharge of teniae and lumbrici.
Anxiety before the evacuation.
Itching in anus.
Tearing, shooting, incisive, and burning pains in anus (and rectum), esp. after evacuation.
Protrusion and distension of haemorrhoids during stool, with pricking and burning.
Protrusion of haemorrhoids during micturition, emitting first blood, afterwards white mucus.
Inflammation, soreness, stitches, and tingling, as from ascarides, in haemorrhoids.
Haemorrhoidal pimples in anus, painful, bleeding, and with shooting pain.
Sensation of red-hot poker being thrust up rectum, temporarily amel. by sitting in cold water.
Excoriation and pustulous eruption in anus.
Stitching, pressing proctalgia (during pregnancy).≡ more ...