Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Acid Phos in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Urgent want to urinate, with scanty emission of urine, paleness of face, heat, and thirst.
Frequent and profuse emission of aqueous urine, which immediately deposits a thick and white cloud.
Urine like milk, with sanguineous and gelatinous coagulum.
Flow of urine with spasmodic pains in loins.
Urgent and irresistible desire to urinate.
Anguish and uneasiness before urinating.
Children pass a great deal of water in bed at night; persons get up in the night to urinate and pass a great deal.
Burning pain in urethra during and after emission of urine; cutting before.
Creeping in urethra when not urinating.
Spasmodic (painful) constriction of bladder (without urging).
Incisive pains in urethra when making water.
Lancinating pains in glans.
Fine pricking at point of penis.
Burning cutting in glans with an out-pressing pain in both groins.
A feeling of heaviness in glans, esp. when urinating.
Tingling and oozing vesicles round fraenum.
Crop of warts on prepuce.
Eruption on penis and scrotum.
Inflammatory swelling of scrotum.
Pain in testes when touched.
Gnawing pain in testes.
Swelling of testes (l.). while spermatic cord is enlarged, hard, and tightened.
Frequent and very debilitating pollutions, esp. where the patient is much affected by the flow.
Discharge of semen when straining during an evacuation.
Very irritable uterus.
Uterine ulcer, with copious, putrid, bloody discharge, itching or corroding pain, or no pain.
Distension of uterus as by gas.
Sycotic excrescences with heat and burning.
A crop of pedunculated warts come round corolla glandis after taking Acid Phos Pho. ac. in summer drinks (agg.)
R. T. C.).
Absence of sexual desire.
Frequent erections (in morning in bed; in morning when standing), without desire for coition.
Weakness of sexual organs, with onanism, and little sexual desire.
Exhaustion after coition.
Onanism; esp. when patient is much distressed by the culpability of the act.
Oophoritis, metritis, or prolapsus from debilitating or emotional influences; amenorrhoea.
Itching pricking like flea-bites between mammae, obliging her to rise at night.
Dysuria during pregnancy; cutting pains.
Vomiting at sight of food during pregnancy.
Puerperal convulsions; albuminuria; haemorrhage.
Scanty milk with debility and great apathy.
Deterioration of health during nursing.
Constant vomiting of milk in a suckling; waxy face; blue rings round eyes; child does not cry; mother has little milk.
Sharp pressure on l. breast; and nipple.
Hepatic pains during menses.
Menses too early and too long; too copious; too late; dark clotted; preceded by leucorrhoea, and for one or two days by griping and rumbling in abdomen.
Yellowish, itching leucorrhoea after menses.≡ more ...