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Plumbum Metallicum - Genitals Etc symptoms - Clarke

Lead, Plumbum, Plumb, Plb.


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HPUS indication of Plumbum Metallicum: Paleness
Common symptoms: Paleness, Loss of smell, Stiffness.

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


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GENITALS ETC

Urine

Retention of urine.

Difficult emission of urine, only drop by drop, dark coloured, scanty, albuminous.

Tenesmus of bladder.

More frequent and more copious emission of urine.

Watery, or reddish, fiery, turbid, and sometimes thick urine; sediment consisting of red blood-corpuscles and cylinders; all the symptoms of acute nephritis; with amaurosis and cerebral symptoms.

Discharge of blood from urethra.

Male

Swelling and inflammation of genital organs (of penis and scrotum).

Contraction and constriction in testes, with jerking in spermatic cord.

Retraction of testes.

Excoriation of scrotum.

Sexual desire excessively increased, with frequent erections and pollutions.

Insufficient emission of semen during coition.

Female

Strangulation of prolapsed portion of vagina, intense pain.

Mucous discharge per vaginam.

Pulling, tearing, contractive pains in breasts, uterus, and vagina, with or without colic; the breasts become momentarily harder, or with the colic they become smaller.

Womb

Feels a lack of room for foetus in uterus; inability of uterus to expand; threatened abortion.

Genitals

Loss of sexual desire.

(Impotence.)

Amenorrhoea, chloro-anaemia.

Nymphomania.

Wants to stretch limbs during ovarian pains.

Spasmodic dysmenorrhoea.

Metrorrhagia with sensation of strong pulling from abdomen to back; during climacteric, dark clots alternating with fluid blood or bloody serum.

During pregnancy cannot pass urine, from lack of sensation; or from paralysis.

Puerperal eclampsia; albuminuria.

Induration and inflammation of breasts.

Leucorrhoea.

Miscarriage.

Vaginismus.

Hyperaesthesia of genitals.

Obstructed bowels during pregnancy.

Milk scanty and watery.

Menses

Retarded menstruation.

Cessation of menses on invasion of colic; may reappear after paroxysm, or not again until next period.

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