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Muriaticum Acidum - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - Hahnemann

Muriatic Acid, Muriat. Acid, Acidum muriaticum, Acid Mur Mur-ac.


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HPUS indication of Muriaticum Acidum: Hemorrhoids

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Muriaticum Acidum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Rectum

After a normal stool, burning in the anus.

In the anus, much itching and tickling (2d d.).

Itching in the anus, with sore pain and formicating stinging.

Severe itching in the rectum, as from ascarides.

Burning stitches in the anus.

Shooting pain in the rectum.

Pressure on the anus.

Prolapsus of the rectum, as if turned inside out, during urination.

Swollen varices on the anus, with burning sore pain.

Swollen blue varices on the anus, with pain on pressing upon them.

Perinaeum

Burning voluptuous itching on the perinaeum; close to the anus, with excitation to scratching, and not removed at once by it.

Stool

Stool in small pieces, with straining (3d d.).

Inactivity of the rectum; he can evacuate the stool only in part, through severe straining.

Severe urging to stool, in the morning, and yet difficult evacuation.

Hard, difficult stool, in the morning, soft in the afternoon (6th d.).

Sometimes hard, sometimes soft stool.

Soft stool (the first 3 days).

Hard stool (4th d.).

Soft stool, with cutting and qualmishness in the abdomen, as from a cold; after the stool he feels better (aft. 24 h.).

Soft stool, with emission of flatus, with contraction, burning and shooting in the rectum, with sensation as if the stool and the flatus were receding.

Liquid stool, after a meal.

Diarrhoea, followed by violent burning in the anus, in the evening and the next morning (aft. 6 d.).

Diarrhoeic stool, with excoriation in the rectum.

Four diarrhoeic stools (after one hard stool) with straining, rumbling and grumbling in the abdomen (4th d.).

Diarrhoea, faeculent (aft. 10 h.).

Thin, watery stool, passes off unexpectedly, while urinating, without any previous urging.

Without any hard stools, excoriation in the rectum and anus.

At the passage of a stool (not hard) cutting in the anus.

Blood with the stool, for several mornings.

Violent flow of blood, with the stool.

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