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Kali Carbonicum - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - Hahnemann

Carbonate Of Potassium, Kali Carb, Kali-Carb, Kali-carb, Kalium Carbonicum, Kali-c.

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HPUS indication of Kali Carbonicum: Wheezing

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

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After the ordinary stool, renewal of the pains, in the morning (2d d.).

After the ordinary stool, tenesmus in the anus (1st and 4th d.).

After the stool, continual burning in the anus.

After the stool, shudder about the anus, for half an hour.

After a difficult, scanty stool, pressure in the abdomen.

Pain in the anus, after vomiting, as if it would burst, almost intolerable.

Tenesmus in the anus.

Tenesmus in the rectum and anus.

Shooting, tearing and cutting in the anus (repeated for several days).

Shooting in the rectum.

Shooting in the anus, like needle-pricks.

Often repeated shooting in the anus, unconnected with stool.

Itching in the anus.

Violent itching in the anus and the scrotum.

Itching in the anus after supper.

Crawling in the anus (also aft. 6 d.).

Violent itching and crawling in the anus, long continued, in the evening (1st d.).

Crawling and shooting in the anus, in the evening.

Stinging crawling in the anus, before every stool.

Burning in the anus, without tenesmus.

Burning in the anus, during and after the dry stool.

Burning in the anus, so that he could not sleep (aft. 21 d.).

Burning in the rectum, after the stool.

Burning and contraction in the anus.

Burning and pinching in the anus.

Burning and pinching in the rectum, frequently (the first days).

Burning cutting in the anus.

Excoriation in the anus, in the evening.

Smarting sensation of excoriation on and above the anus after the (morning) stool.

Excoriation in the anus (5th d.).

Little pimples on the anus.

Ulcerated pimples on the anus, with shooting.

The varices of the rectum swell and protrude during a hard stool.

Protrusion of the varices, during a diarrhoeic stool, with needle-pricking and burning in them, for many hours.

Large, painful varices of the anus.

The varices protrude much during urination, and emit, at first, blood, but on the following days, with mucus.

The varices on the anus are thickly swollen and there is much emission of blood from them during urination.

Much emission of blood from the swollen varices of the anus, with a normal stool.

Profuse emission of blood from the rectum, then restlessness in the blood and pulsation in the whole body.

Burning of the anus, varices, with severe pain when walking.

Inflammation of the varices of the anus (aft. 24 h.).

Sore pain in the varices of the anus.

Shooting in the varices of the anus.

Crawling in the varices of the anus, as from worms.


Ineffectual call to stool, with sensation as if the rectum was too weak to expel the faeces.

Frequent violent urging to stool, in paroxysms, but only little, faeces or only some flatus is discharged.

Repeated urging to stool at night, it goes off by the emission of some flatus (aft. 3 d.).

Much urging to stool, something is passed every time.

Frequent call to stool, but only a little is discharged.

Frequent urging to stool; he feels as if he could not discharge all the faeces at one time (aft. 24 h.).

Insufficient evacuation; most of the faeces are retained.

Insufficient stool, after much straining.

Insufficient soft stool.

Tenacious stool, as if it could not be detached.

Tough, soft, dark colored evacuation.

Costiveness (aft. 3 d.).

Costiveness and painful drawing in the abdomen.

Very hard stool and restlessness in the abdomen.

Hard, delayed stool, at times with severe straining, or with tenesmus afterward.

Hard, scanty stool in the morning, then in the forenoon another, as soft stool (2d d.).

Very hard stool, and only every other day.

Stool like sheep's dung, only discharged with pain and effort.

Three scanty stools, but else normal (1st d.).

Copious, brown stool.

Stools rather soft than hard, for several days (aft. 4 d.).

Soft stools with previous colic (1st d.).

Soft stool, followed by burning in anus (aft. ½ h.).

Thin stool, with pinching and restlessness in the abdomen.

Scanty, half liquid stools, with bellyache and subsequent tenesmus.

Half-liquid stool in the morning, with previous abdominal pains.

Hurried call to stool, as in diarrhoea, though the evacuation was hard, with bellyache (soon after a new dose).

Diarrhoea at night, with intolerable bellyache, continuing also the following day.

Diarrhoea, in the evening.

Severe diarrhoea, day and night (aft. 22 d.).

Severe diarrhoea, with great lassitude (aft. 27 d.).

Diarrhoea, with pinching deep in the abdomen, before and afterward.

Diarrhoeic stool, with pinching in the abdomen before, and burning in the rectum afterward.

Severe diarrhoea, with much colic (aft. 4 d.).

Diarrhoeic stool, with smarting pains in the anus (aft. 8 d.).

Diarrhoea without pain, with rumbling in the abdomen.

Diarrhoea for the first fourteen days, with great lassitude lying down, lack of appetite and daily bellyache; faeces light colored and gray.

Too liquid stools, after previous rumbling in the abdomen.

Faeces very fetid.

Unobserved discharged of thin stool, during emission of flatus.

Blood with the stool, for several days (aft. 4 d.).

Stools colored with blood, and then anxiety and dyspnoea.

White mucus is discharged from the anus before and during the stool.

A lumbricus is discharged with the stool.

Pieces of a tapeworm discharged with a solid stool.

During ordinary stool, painful straining toward the groin.

With ordinary stool, colic and then a constant tenesmus, until in the afternoon another stool, a liquid one, followed (4th d.).

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