Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Carbonica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Urging to urinate, awaking from sleep at 9 P.M.
Increased discharge of urine, also by night.
Urinating at night, contrary to habit.
Frequent micturition, at first much urine, then less.
Very frequent micturition (3d d.).
More micturition in the evening than usual, also at night; the urine is pale.
The urine seems diminished, with burning afterward, in the evening.
Urine cannot be retained, on rising from seat and on walking.
While walking, urine involuntarily passes from her (aft. 11 d.).
Very pale urine.
Very pale urine in the evening.
Urine, quite green, in the afternoon (23d d.).
White sediment in the urine.
Urine scalding, like salt-water, in passing, also at times stinging.
During micturition, erosive pain in the urethra (aft. 10 d.).
After micturition, pinching below the navel, extending into the sacrum and the left hip, with a sensation as if flatus was to be emitted, in the open air.
Shooting in the urethra, in the region of the glans (aft. 10 h.).
Very frequent pollutions, almost every night.
Sexual impulse diminished (at once).
Pollution (1st n.).
Erection slow, but the coitus is satisfactory.
Prostatic juice flows out when flatus is discharged.
Frequent itching of the pudenda.
At night, the menstrual flow is more profuse than by day, and the forcing pains are relieved by pressing together the abdomen, and by bending over.
No flow of blood during the pains, only after them, also at night when asleep.
While walking and standing, the menstrual flow is strongest.
The menstrual blood is dark, viscid, almost pitch-like and is difficult to wash off.
Menstrual flow, thick and black, and six days too early.
Thin, scanty leucorrhoea, with pinching about the navel.
Leucorrhoea, several times, in the afternoon, when walking and sitting.
Leucorrhoea, like water (10th d.).
Leucorrhoea, causing smarting.
Discharge of leucorrhoea of white mucus, after previous abdominal cramps.
Menses, seven days late, preceded by sore throat.
Menses, three days late, scanty and short.
Menses, three days late, at first only a little flow in the evening, then in the night stronger, and the following day still more, with discharge of whole lumps of coagulated blood, for three days.
Menses, four days later than usual and more profuse (13th d.).
The menses, which had ceased years before in an aged woman, return and flow profusely for four days.
The menses, usually scanty, flow at once, a few days earlier than their regular period, with a tearing toothache and inflation of the abdomen, lasting four weeks.
The menses come at night, first a little, then more strongly in the forenoon, but suddenly cease in the afternoon (59th d.).
Menses at night time and without pain; this was never the case before; but in the forenoon, ill-humor, improving in the afternoon (5th d.).
The menses come back very strong, with colic, on the third day, and continue several days.
Menses more profuse than usual and one day too long.
Menses very strong on the fourth and fifth days, with headache, worst in the evening.
Menses six days too early, in the afternoon, when walking; very profuse on the third day, lasting six days (aft. 14 d.).
The blood of the menses is dark and very acrid.
Menses too early by three days, more scanty than usual, and last three days longer (26th d.).
Menses seven days too early.
Menses reappear after twenty days.
Flow of blood seven days before the menstrual time, the menses then appears regularly on the twenty-eighth day.
Menses fourteen days too early, first scanty, then stronger, dark and lasting for three days.
Menses fourteen days too early, with pains especially violent in the sacrum, worst when sitting, easiest while walking.
Menses nine days too early, very scant and last only two days (12th d.).
Menses eight days too soon, at night, after a foot-bath, first scanty, then stronger and dark, with straining in the groins, during which no blood passes, but it passes at every emission of flatus, but chiefly at noon and in the afternoon.
Before the menses, in the evening, ravenous hunger, followed by stomachache.
Shortly before the menses, repeated eructation and nausea.
Before the menses, straining, cutting and pain in the sacrum, as if contracted and bruised, particularly while sitting, less when walking; on the second day of the menses, with a profuse flow of acrid, brown blood, a remission of the pains; at night a stronger flow.
Before the menses (six days too early), stomachache, with bearing down toward the pudenda.
As the menses appear, coryza with stoppage of the nose for four days.
During the menses, liquid stool, then trembling in the lower limbs.
During the menses, peevish, but not the first day.
During the menses, headache, with sensation of heaviness and heat.
During the menses, constant tearing, now in the sides of the head, now in the crown, then in the nape, only diminished at night.
During the menses, drawing pain, from the forehead to the occiput, with heaviness in the brain, the whole day.
During and after the menses, in the evening, bruised pain in the crown, which is also sensitive when touched.
During the menses, both the eyes in the morning are closed by suppuration in the inner canthi, with heaviness of the head.
During the menses, dim, dry, burning eyes.
During the menses, a burning chap on the lobule of the ear.
During the menses, very pale complexion.
During the menses, disagreeable taste in the mouth and little appetite.
During the menses, much accumulation of water in the mouth, which she has to spit out continually.
During the menses, nausea from morning till noon.
During the menses, violent pains in the abdomen.
During the menses, cutting about the navel, with relieving discharge of flatus.
During the menses, violent straining in the hypogastrium, at night and in the morning, often awaking her from sleep.
During the menses, in the morning, frequent sneezing.
During the menses frequent, but intermitting pain in the sacrum.
During the menses, drawing pain in the sacrum, relieved by stooping, increased by stretching.
During the menses, pain in the top of the right shoulder, as if dislocated, so that she can hardly raise her arm.
During the menses, the knees pain in walking, as if bruised.
During the menses, painfulness in the feet, also when in bed.
During the menses, itching about the neck and shoulders.
During the menses, prostrated, languid, with perspiration, without thirst.
During the menses, so languid, that she could hardly walk.
During the menses, very drowsy and languid on the second day.
During the menses, frequent awaking at night.
During the menses, chilliness.
During the menses, constant chilliness.
During the menses, a chill, as often as she awaked or uncovered herself.
After the menses, violent pain in the sacrum, as if bruised, during stooping and at other times, in the afternoon and evening.
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