Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
In the rectum, urging and straining, without stool, after a meal (3d d.).
Pressive pain in the rectum.
Spasmodic constriction of the anus.
Sensation as of constriction of the rectum, during an evacuation; with much straining there is evacuated; first, some hard faeces, fissuring the anus, so that it bleeds with a sore pain, followed every time by a liquid stool; every other day she is constipated.
Pinching, frequently in the rectum, with a call to stool, and yet there is merely a discharge of flatus and mucus.
Stitches in the rectum, repeatedly, especially in the afternoon.
Stitches in the anus, extending up the rectum, between the stools.
Stitches and itching in the anus.
Itching stitches in the rectum, in the evening in bed.
Itching on the anus for several days.
Burning pain at the anus.
Constant burning at the anus, especially after annoyance.
Smarting soreness of the anus, after a liquid stool.
Sore, hot anus.
Soreness about the anus and between the nates.
Herpes about the anus.
Varices of the anus, with humidity and shooting pain.
Protrusion of the rectum, and burning of the anus, with emission of much bloody ichor, so that he could not sleep at night for pain (aft. sever. h.).
Emission of flatus is followed by diarrhoea (12th d.).
Stool, only after ineffective urging.
Ineffective call to stool.
It keeps back the stool during the first days.
Hard stool every other day, she has to strain much (aft. 15 d.).
Hard stool every two or three days, with straining and often after tenesmus.
Hard, dry stool.
Frequent small stools, during the day.
Irregular, insufficient stool.
Violent tenesmus, without evacuation (aft. 36 d.).
Frequent call to stool, with scanty discharge (6th d.).
Violent urging to stool; he could hardly keep it back for a moment; it is pappy.
Stool at the regular time, but much straining during the evacuation (the first days).
The first days, a hard stool, the following days, softer.
Diarrhoea, like water.
Stool mixed with blood.
Some blood in the evacuation.
Coagulated blood is discharged with a normal stool.
Before the stool, pressure in the hypogastrium, in the region of the bladder.
Before the stool, pressure in the abdomen, toward the rectum, as if flatulence was incarcerated.
Before every stool and every emission of flatus, sore pain in the hypogastrium.
Colic, before the stool.
During the evacuation of a stool (which was not hard), or during the emission of flatus, labor-like bearing down pain in the abdomen; she has to rest her hands on something; after the evacuation, the pain ceases at once.
With hard stool, scratching in the rectum.
After the stool, there continues an intense tenesmus.
After the stool, straining in the rectum.
After a hard stool, burning in the anus.
After a soft stool, burning in the anus.
After a stool, fissures of the anus.
After the (somewhat bloody), stool, itching at the anus.
After the stool, colic as from incipient diarrhoea, without results, in the morning.≡ more ...