Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Acid Phos in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Looks like milk mixed with jelly-like, bloody pieces; decomposes rapidly; passed in large quantities at night, clear like water.
Constant urging to urinate.
Few drops of white, gleety discharge, mornings, and discharge of prostatic fluid in the evening.
During coition, sudden relaxation of penis preventing emission.
Weakness after coition; also after pollutions.
Feeling of heaviness in glans, especially during urination; also, with tingling, oozing vesicles around the fraenum; in balanorrhoea.
Swelling of the testes, with swelling and tension in the spermatic cords; testes tender to touch; gnawing pain or excoriated feeling in testes.
Inflammatory swelling of scrotum.
Formication of scrotum.
Uterus bloated, as if filled with wind.
Uterine ulcer with copious, putrid, bloody discharge; itching or corroding pain, or no pain.
Erections, without sexual desire; morning when standing.
Emission frequent and debilitating, causing hypochondriasis; from weakness of the parts, with onanism and very little sexual excitement; during stool.
Onanism, when patient is distressed by the culpability of his indulgence.
Hair of sexual parts falls off.
Herpes preputialis, with tingling.
Sycotic excrescences, chronic, with heat, burning and soreness when sitting or walking.
Fig warts, complicated with chancre.
Ovaritis and metritis, from debilitating influences; amenorrhoea.
Dysmenorrhoea, with pain in region of liver.
Menses too early and too long.
Leucorrhoea yellow, mostly after menses, with itching.
Itching, pricking like flea-bites between mammae, obliging her to rise at night.
Sharp pressure in left mamma.
Scanty milk, debility, great apathy.
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