Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lycopodium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Rectum, anus, stool
After the stool, cramp in the abdomen and the uterus, quite low down, across the hypogastrium, but mostly after a soft stool.
The rectum frequently so constricted, that it protrudes with a hard stool.
Pressure in the rectum, at night (aft. 23 d.).
Pressive pain on the rectum, with cramp-pains in the abdomen, so that she (being pregnant) thought her delivery quite near, though it only resulted in sixteen days.
Spasms in the rectum and the sacrum, like labor-pains.
Pinching and shooting, on the border of the anus.
Shooting in the rectum (aft. 2 d.).
A stitch in the rectum from the sacrum.
Shooting and sore pain in the rectum.
Tearing in the rectum, taking away the breath (aft. 40 h.).
Itching in the rectum.
Itching on the anus.
Severe itching on the anus (also aft. 28 d.).
Itching about the anus (aft. 12 d.).
Itching on the anus and the mons veneris.
Itching eruption on the anus, painful when touched.
After a scanty hard stool, violent contractive pain in the perinaeum, for several hours.
Pinching pains in the anus and the perinaeum, in the morning.
Urging to stool, then spasmodic pain in the rectum, which does not allow the faeces to be discharged.
Sensation of a call to stool, but this extended merely to the rectum (aft. sever. h.).
Very troublesome stool, owing to contraction of the rectum.
The anus is painfully closed.
Stool, not daily, sluggish, and no call to stool.
Stool, only every other day.
It causes the stool to be retained for two or three days, but then there ensues a normal, copious evacuation.
No call to stool, in the morning, but instead of it in the evening; but though there is a decided call, only little is discharged, and this must be pressed out with much straining.
The call to stool comes only in the evening, with distended abdomen.
Scanty stool, with a sensation as if much remained behind, and, at once after it, much painful accumulation of flatus in the abdomen (aft. 24 h.).
Urging to stool, as if much was coming, but only what is needful was evacuated.
Inactivity of the rectum, during the stool.
Only with much straining and with burning pain in the rectum the stool is discharged every day, but yet scantily.
The first part of the stool is knotty, the second soft, for many days in succession (aft. 16 d.).
Lumpy stool, in small pieces.
Thin stool, mixed with knots.
Pappy stool, daily once or twice, from the fifth day for several weeks successively.
Soft stool, daily several times; it is pressed out with much straining; the flatus is not discharged.
Tenesmus in the morning, in the afternoon diarrhoea.
Diarrhoeic stools, with pain in the abdomen mostly very early (about 2 or 3 A.M.).
Very pale colored stool.
Very fetid stool.
Copious discharge of thin mucus, but scanty stool, at noon.
With the stool, discharge of blood.
Discharge of blood from the rectum, even with a soft stool (aft. 14 d.).
With thin stool, smarting in the anus.
With normal stool, shooting in the rectum.
With knotty stool, fine shooting in the rectum.
During stool, burning in the rectum.
With the frequent stools, burning in the anus (also aft. 48 h.).
With hard stool, pain in the sacrum, as if it would break; with colic, as if the bowels would burst (aft. 40 d.).
During the stool, while moderately straining, there is pain in the upper part of the head and buzzing before the ears.
With difficult stool, a shock in the temples.
After a regular stool, still continued urging, but ineffectual.
After a soft stool, burning itching in the rectum.
After a stool, which was not hard, burning in the rectum.
After a copious stool, still sensation of fullness in the rectum.
After the stool, flatulent inflation of the whole abdomen.
After the stool, much rumbling in the abdomen.
After the stool, heat and pressure in the head and weariness in the thighs.
After the stool, great lassitude.
The varices of the rectum are swollen.
The varices protrude from the rectum.
The varices of the anus pain, while sitting.
The varices of the anus pain, when touched.≡ more ...