Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mercurius Corrosivus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Tenesmus of bladder; suppressed urine.
Increased discharge of urine.
The urine is only passed in drops, and with great pain.
Urine scanty, brown, with brick-dust sediment; bloody; albuminous containing filaments, flocks or dark flesh-like pieces of mucus, epithelial cells of tubuli uriniferi in a state of fatty degeneration.
Gonorrhoeic discharges, first thin, then thicker (greenish, agg. at night), and then smarting pain when urinating, with stitches in urethra.
Burning in urethra, more before micturition.
Fine, painful stinging in l. testicle.
Penis and testes enormously swollen.
Intense inflammation of the vulva.
Violent erections during sleep.
Chancres assuming a phagedenic appearance, and secreting a thin, ichorous pus.
Leucorrhoea of a yellowish white, with sweetish, nauseous smell.
Painful glandular swellings about nipple.
Nipples crack and bleed; severe pain when attempting to nurse.
Menses too early and too profuse.≡ more ...