Podophyllum Peltatum - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - ClarkeMay-apple, Podophyllum, Pod, Podoph, Podophy, Podophyl, Podophyllinum, Podo.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Podophyllum Peltatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Rectum, anus, stool
Prolapsus ani in infants, stool bloody, or too large; with uterine displacement.
Emission of fetid flatus.
Morning diarrhoea, then no more stools during day.
Diarrhoea early in morning, continuing through forenoon, followed by natural stool in evening.
Diarrhoea immediately after eating and drinking.
Stools in morning, with strong urgings in bowels and heat and pain in anus.
Small, frequent, bilious stools with tenesmus.
Diarrhoea, yellow stools, one every hour for five hours.
Stools of pure blood (produced.)
R. T. C.).
Infantile dysentery (cured.)
Stool with much pain and deadly nausea.
Diarrhoea and constipation alternating every day or two, for several days after the most prominent symptoms had disappeared.
Diarrhoea with great sinking at epigastrium, sensation as if everything would drop through pelvis, prolapsus ani.
Small stools, yellow, watery, coming after meals with sick feeling, in pregnancy.
Diarrhoea from indigestion after eating canned fruit.
Before stool intense nausea; sudden urging; loud gurgling as of water; rumbling in l. side; violent colic or absence of pain; prolapsus ani.
During stool urging in bowels; heat and pain in anus; sensation as if genital organs would fall out; in women bearing down as from inactivity of rectum; nausea; gagging, tormina, and pain in lumbar region; colic or absence of pain; prolapsus ani; pains in sacrum; tenesmus.
After stool extreme weakness and cutting pain in intestines; exhaustion, even after natural stool; flashes of heat running up back, cutting in bowels, severe and painful tenesmus; colic continues; faintness and pain in lumbar region; prolapsus ani; sore anus; sensation of emptiness in abdomen and rectum.
Aggravation of internal piles; rectum protrudes more than an inch after every stool, or sudden motion as sneezing, even during mental excitement; prolapse sometimes persists for days from swelling and congestion.
Secretion of mucus from anus.
External piles, bleeding or not.≡ more ...