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Sepia - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - Hahnemann

Inky Juice Of Cuttlefish, Sepia Succus, Sepia Officinalis Sep.

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

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In the rectum, contractive pain, extending into the vagina (aft. 6 d.).

Contractive pain in the anus and thence forward up into the abdomen, during the stool.

Frequent painful contraction in the anus.

Sensation of squeezing in the anus, going off after fermentation in the abdomen.

Tensive pain in the anus (and in the rectum) (aft. 4 d.).

Tension in the anus, after the stool.

Tenesmus in the anus, with sensation of soreness, at times in jerks.

Pain in the rectum during the stool, and afterward for a long time while sitting (aft. 7 d.).

Before and during the hard stool, excessive cramp-like pain in the rectum (aft. 4 d.).

Violent cutting in the anus and rectum, at night.

Cutting in the rectum during the stool, with some discharge of blood.

Feeling of weakness in the rectum, in the evening in bed, and from this, restlessness, so that he cannot go to sleep.

Cutting in the rectum, in the afternoon, drawing toward the hypogastrium with subsequent ineffectual straining and urging to stool.

Stitches in the anus (aft. 8 d.).

Violent stitches in the rectum, by night.

Several dull stitches in the anus, in succession.

Shooting in the anus, after the morning stool, lasting till the afternoon (aft. 7 d.).

Severe shooting in the anus, especially on drawing it in, and during external pressure on the same.

Slow stitch in the left groin, from below upward, during the stool.

Shooting and tearing in the anus.

Shooting and burning in the anus.

Burning in the anus.

Burning in the anus, during the stool (aft. 21 d.).

Burning in the anus daily, with a hard stool, with intermixed empty tenesmus (the first days).

Burning in the rectum, all day.

Burning in the rectum, during the latter part of a soft stool (aft. 6 d.).

Heat and swelling of the margin of the anus.

Soreness on the anus.

Sore pain in the rectum, chiefly between stools; it feels like a pressing out of the same, even while lying down; in paroxysms lasting for hours; at the same time there are varices of the anus, painful when touched.

Itching and shooting in the rectum.

Itching in the rectum and anus.

Itching on the anus, also by day.

Severe itching on the anus and crawling in the rectum (1st d.).

Scratchy sensation in the anus, during the stool.

Protrusion of the rectum (aft. sever. h.).

Prolapsus of the rectum (aft. 30 d.).

Bearing down on the anus in the afternoon, soon after dinner (aft. 5, 12 d.).

Profuse perspiration, just above the anus, before and during the stool.

Biting in the rectum, after the stool.

Protrusion and itching of the varices of the rectum.

Severe protrusion of the varices of the rectum, on walking.

Severe protrusion of the varices of the rectum, during stool.

Protrusion of a humid, painless varix from the anus, after a normal stool.

Pain of the varices of the anus, after a normal stool (aft. 4 d.).

The varices of the anus become painful (aft. 2 h.).

Pain of the varices of the anus while walking.

Varices of the anus, without costiveness.

The varices of the anus seem indurated.

Bleeding of the varices of the anus, when walking.


Contractive pain in the rectum, extending from there into the perinaeum and into the vagina.

Stitches in the perinaeum toward the rectum, while sitting, in the evening.


Diarrhoea, during the first days.

Diarrhoea, after partaking of milk.

Exhausting diarrhoea, during the first days.

Soft pappy stool, of very fetid, sourish smell, passing off quickly at once.

Putrid, sourish fetid evacuation.

Three thin acrid stools a day, after which the varices of the anus protrude; these are very humid and pain acutely in sitting (aft. 12 d.).

Many gelatinous stools with colic.

Stool of whitish color (3d d.).

Slimy diarrhoea, with distended abdomen.

Stool after several days, with faeces at first hard, then soft.

Constant tenesmus, but only little is evacuated.

Ineffectual tenesmus toward evening, then in the morning a stool frequently hard and in lumps.

Ineffectual tenesmus, only slime and flatus are discharged, with a sensation in the rectum as if there was a plug in it.

Difficult evacuation even of soft faeces, of thin formation.

Two stools a day, and always with some tenesmus.

The stool, by no means hard, is discharged with much exertion.

The brownish stool, though no hard, is evacuated only scantily and with strong pressing.

During the later days, the stool becomes hard, also at times knotty and insufficient.

Hard stool, discharged with difficulty, also at times mixed with slime.

Hard stool with cutting in the rectum.

Before the stool, there commences a flatulent colic, with moaning and groaning.

Before the natural stool, colic (aft. 4 d.).

Before every liquid stool, nausea (aft. 5 d.).

With difficult stool, emission of prostatic juice.

During the stool discharge of blood (aft. 11, 20 d.).

With every stool, blood, for eight days.

Discharge of blood with the stool, though this is not hard.

Much blood with the stool, after cutting in the abdomen.

Some blood with the stool every day, for a long time.

After the stool, discharge of bloody slime.

After a second stool, stiffness and sensation of hardness in the back, and an apparent tension in the scrobiculus cordis, with oppression of breathing.

After a stool which is not hard, pressive headache in the forehead.

After the stool, emptiness and relaxation of the abdomen.

After a pappy stool, headache.

After a thin stool, pain in the abdomen, like erosion in the belly.

After two hard and considerable stools, great weakness in the abdomen and total lack of appetite.

Discharge of ascarides.

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