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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lycopodium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Urgent want to urinate, with too frequent emission, with discharge of large quantities of pale urine.
Frequent micturition by night, with scanty and rare discharges by day.
Dark urine with diminished discharge.
Greasy pellicle on the urine.
Discharge of blood from the bladder, painless.
Old thickening of bladder with irritable urethra.
Urine deep coloured, with yellow or reddish sediment.
Clear, transparent urine, having a heavy, red, crystallised sediment in the bottom of the chamber.
In typhus fever, where the patient is in a very low state, and cannot retain the urine, we may see this sediment on the sheets; also in colic of babies, with much sediment of this kind on the diaper.
Turbid, milky urine, with an offensive purulent sediment; dull pressure in region of bladder and abdomen; disposition to calculi; cystitis.
Haematuria from gravel or chronic catarrh.
Renal calculus and gravel.
Emission of blood instead of water, sometimes with paralysis of the legs, and constipation.
Incontinence of urine.
Smarting when urinating.
Itching in urethra during and after emission of urine.
Shooting pinchings and incisive pains in the bladder and urethra.
Stitches in the bladder.
Stitches in the neck of the bladder and in the anus at the same time.
Burning in urethra and glans.
Urine burning hot, like molten lead.
Shooting, drawing, and incisive pain in the glans.
Bastard gonorrhoea, with a deep red and smarting pustule behind the glans.
Excoriation between scrotum and thighs.
Penis small, cold, relaxed.
Itching of the internal surface of the prepuce.
Excessive pollutions, or absence of pollutions.
Lassitude, after coition or pollutions.
Itching, burning, and gnawing in vulva.
Pressure towards the outside, above the vulva, and extending as far as the vagina, when stooping.
Expulsion of wind from the vagina.
Chronic dryness of vagina.
Excoriation between the thighs, and at the vulva.
Burning pain in the vagina, during and after coition.
Dropsical swelling of genital organs.
Immoderate excitement, or absence of sexual desire.
Repugnance to coition, or disposition to be too easily excited to it.
Impotence of long standing.
Weakness or total absence of erections.
Emission too speedy or too tardy during coition.
Falling asleep during coition.
Flow of prostatic fluid, without an erection.
Nymphomania with terrible teasing desire in external organs.
Shooting pains in labia, when lying down.
May find females at change of life with one side of the body greatly hypertrophied.
Foetus appears to be turning summersaults.
Metrorrhagia; at menopause; dark blood with large clots pour from her.
A rumbling begins in upper abdomen and descends to lower, when a flow of blood follows, and so on successively.
Leucorrhoea milky, yellowish, reddish, and corrosive; sometimes preceded by cuttings in abdomen.
Varices on the genitals.
Disposition to miscarriages.
Swelling of the breasts with nodosities.
Excoriation and moist scabs on nipples.
Stinging in nipples.
Milk in breasts without being pregnant.
Catamenia (too early) too profuse, and of too long duration.
Catamenia suppressed readily, and for a long time, by fright.
Before menses shivering, sadness, melancholy; bloatedness of the abdomen.
During menses delirium, with tears; headache; sourness in the mouth; pain in loins; swelling of feet; fainting; vomiting of sour matter; cuttings, colic; and pains in the back.
Menstruation too late; lasts too long; sometimes suppression of; profuse, protracted; flow partly black, clotted, partly bright red or partly serum; with labour-like pains followed by swooning; with sadness; suppressed by fright.≡ more ...