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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kreosotum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Frequent urgency to urinate, with copious, pale discharge.
Diminished secretion; though drinking much; frequent urging, especially at night, must rise, though but small quantity passes.
Urina chestnut brown; clouded; reddish, with red sediment; depositing white sediment; colorless; fetid.
Wets the bed at night, wakes with urging, but cannot retain the urine; or dreams he is urinating.
Burning in genitals and impotence during coition, with swelling of penis the next day.
Bearing down and weight in pelvis; also sensation as if something was coming out the vagina; worse by motion.
Scirrhus of vagina, painful to slight touch.
Corrosive itching with the vulva, with soreness and burning after scratching; bring and swelling of the labia; violent itching between the labia and thighs.
Soreness and smarting between labia and in vulva.
Fundus of uterus swollen and sensitive to pressure.
Orifice of uterus wide open, almost everted, its inner surface of uterus wide open, almost everted, its inner surface like cauliflower; ulcerative pain in cervix uteri.
Hard lump on neck of uterus, with ulcerative pain during coition.
Metrorrhagia dark and offensive, with fainting; pulseless; offensive-smelling in large clots.
Painful urging toward the genitals.
Deep in pelvis, violent burning sensation, with constant whining and moaning.
During coition violent pain, preceded by anxiety and trembling; burning in the parts, followed next day by discharge of dark blood.
Menses too early, too profuse and too protracted; succeeded by an acrid-smelling, bloody ichor, with itching and biting in the parts; more or less pain during the flow, but much aggravated after it; flow intermits, at times almost ceasing, then recommencing. (See Ears).
Before menses looks swollen as if pregnant.
Leucorrhoea; putrid, acrid, corrosive, stains clothing yellow, stiffens like starch; mild or acrid, causing much itching; milky, after coccygodynia; worse between the menses, or for a few days before menses; great weakness.
Nausea during pregnancy; ptyalism.
Vomiting before breakfast of sweetish water, breakfast and dinner retained.
Vomiting after supper.
Metrorrhagia threatening abortion (third month -blood black).
Tightness across the pit of stomach.
Very offensive, excoriating lochia; repeatedly almost ceasing, only to freshen up again.
Lochia blackish, lumpy and very offensive.
Stitches in the mammae.
Dwindling away of the mammae, with small, hard, painful lumps in them.
Mammae hard, bluish-red and covered with little scurfy protuberances, from which blood oozes whenever the scurf is removed.≡ more ...