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Nux Vomica - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - Clarke

Poison-nut, Nux, Nux vom, Colubrina Nux-v.


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HPUS indication of Nux Vomica: Vomiting

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


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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Stool

Frequent but ineffectual and anxious effort to evacuate (in infants) or sensation as if anus were contracted or closed.

A constipated feeling, whatever the state of the bowels.

Constant urging sensation in rectum for a stool which never comes, or a small portion of fćCaladium Seguinum cal matter may be passed with this urging, leaving the sensation as though a little lump were left behind the rectum which was yet to come away.

Obstinate constipation, often as from inactivity or obstruction of intestines, with hard and difficult fćces (often streaked with blood) of too large a size.

Stools like pitch, with blood.

Incomplete evacuations, with colic, and sensation of constriction in rectum.

Constipation and loose evacuations, alternately.

Fćces, partly soft or liquid, partly hard, with much flatus.

Small, loose, aqueous evacuations, or mucous and sanguineous, with colic and cuttings, pains in loins and tenesmus, pain as from excoriation in rectum, and burning pain in anus.

Whitish or greenish, deep-coloured mucous evacuations.

Dysenteric stools, with cutting at navel, pressing and straining on rectum, and discharge of bloody mucus with fćces.

Discharge of slimy matter and of bloody mucus, or of pure blood, also with loose evacuations.

Contractive pain in rectum during evacuations, and at other times.

Discharge of bright-red blood with fćces with constriction and spasmodic contraction of rectum.

Painful, spasmodically closed anus.

Swelling and closing of anus.

Painful blind hćmorrhoidal tumours.

Blind hćmorrhoids; with sticking beating or pressive pain in rectum and anus; after a stool and after a meal.

Hćmorrhoids, with pain as from excoriation, shooting, burning pain, and pressure in anus and rectum, agg. during meditation and intellectual labour.

Bloodless piles in hysterical women (R. T. C.).

Discharge of blood from anus.

Jerking in anus when not at stool.

Itching, tickling, and tingling in anus and rectum, as from ascarides.

Discharge of ascarides.

Aching and itching in perinćum.

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