Phosphoricum Acidum - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms

Phosphoric Acid, Phos acid, Acid Phos, Phos ac, Phos-ac, Phosph-ac, Phos. ac, Acidum phosphoricum

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HPUS indication of Phosphoricum Acidum: Headache

Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Phosphoricum Acidum may help, unprocessed Acid Phos may be best avoided.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Acid Phos in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Rectum

Cholera

Cholera; with vomiting or diarrhoea

Constipation; difficult stool; soft stool

inactivity of rectum

Diarrhoea; morning

evening

night

after acids

from emotions; after anticipation

from emotions; excitement

from emotions; after a fright

from emotions; after grief

after certain foods or drinks; solid food

after certain foods or drinks; fruit

sour fruit

oranges

after certain foods or drinks; pastry

like bile

from change of weather

after becoming cold

after cold drinks

after catching cold

in summer

while teething

after eating

cold food

hot weather

after not being careful what is eaten

after dehydration

lying on the side; right

painless

in school girls

without weakness

Flatulence; evening

after acids

Flatulence

loud; during stool

offensive

during stool

Haemorrhage from anus

Haemorrhoids; external

internal

protrude during stool

Involuntary stool

on coughing or sneezing

on passing flatulence

on movement

during sleep

while urinating; and going for stool

Itching; scratching

Pain; while sitting down

during stool

gnawing, biting

pressing (pressure); after stool

soreness

tearing

morning

evening

urge to stool, or urinate, but producing nothing; after stool

Paralysis (see inactivity)

sensation of

Unnoticed stool

Urging, desire to stool (see pain; urge to stool, or urinate, but producing nothing); frequent

Stool

Diarrhoea, WHITE, watery, involuntary, Painless, with much flatus; not specially exhausting

Diarrhoea in weakly, delicate rachitic children.

Black

Clay-coloured (see light-coloured)

Copious

which does not exhaust

Cream-coloured

Crumbling

Frequent

Grey

Green

Hard

first hard, then pastry

Knotty, nodular, lumpy

Food appears to be passed undigested (lientery)

Light-coloured

With meal-like sediment

Mucous, slimy

green

white

Odour; offensive

Odourless

Pasty, mushy

Soft

Thin, liquid

followed by hard stool

formed then thin afterwards

pouring out

Watery

like rice water

white

yellow

White

greyish white

greenish white

Yellow

bright

normal consistency

whitish