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Polyporus Officianlalis - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - T.F. Allen

Polyporus Officianallis, Polyporus Officinalis Poly-o.


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HPUS indication of Polyporus Officianlalis: restless
Common symptom: Restlessness..

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


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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Rectum

Pain in the anus (third day),

Severe pain in the anus (third day),

Unpleasant sensation, not amounting to pain, about the anus; not felt after 1 P.M. (third day),

Desire for stool, with much flatulence (third day),

Slight disposition to go to stool, at 10.30 A.M., soon passed off (fifth day),

A disposition to go to school, with some pain in the anus (after four hours),

Disposition to go to stool (third day),

Disposition to strain when at stool (fifth day),

Stool

Copious, soft, mushy stool, followed by slight uneasiness in the umbilical region, at 3.30 P.M. (sixth day); scanty stool, at 9 A.M. (seventh day),

Soft, mushy stool, unattended with pain, at 9.30 P.M.,

Soft mushy stool, at 9 P.M., similar to the one in the morning, but without the accompanying symptoms (third day); no stool at the usual time, but a mushy one at 9.30 A.M., preceded by the same pains in the lower portion of the abdomen, which immediately passed off after stool (fourth day); usual stool after breakfast (fifth day),

Slight motion of the bowels (fifth day),

Two stools, in the morning (fourth day),

Stools the first part of the day dry and lumpy, but in the evening were quite frequent, thin, watery, and very yellow (fifth day),

Very light-colored, papescent stools, followed distress in hypogastric region (after four hours, sixth day),

Soft papescent stools during the last forty-eight hours (seventh day),

Copious and watery stools, accompanied with severe pains (fourth day),

Stools dark, dry, and lumpy, followed with stools mixed with bile and mucus; stools mixed with blood; stools thin and yellow (fifth day),

One copious stool, at 3 P.M. (ninth day),

The stools were not so black, and all contained more or less undigested food, and were mixed with water; also a number contained something that had the appearance of oil; it was in drops, from the size of a common new cent down to small drops; the color was clear and white; was it oil or not?,

Passage of dry, hard faeces (tenth day),

Bowels costive (ninth day), ; (eight day),

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