Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulphur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Much itching about anus; itching runs back along, perinaeum and adjacent parts.
Constipation, and hard, knotty, and insufficient evacuations.
Frequent and often ineffectual want to evacuate, chiefly at night, and sometimes with pressure on rectum and bladder and pain in anus.
Urgent want to evacuate.
Looseness of bowels; redness about anus; obstructed evacuation, particularly if hard stools are retained.
Diarrhoea, particularly where there is the red line about the anus, and the patient can't wait, must go immediately desire is felt; also waking early in morning with diarrhoea, which drives one out of bed in a great hurry; tenesmus in the same way, drives one in a great hurry; rumbling and rolling in bowels.
Diarrhoea with frequent evacuations, chiefly at night, and often with colic, tenesmus, inflation of abdomen, dyspnoea, shivering, and weakness to the extent of fainting.
Evacuations mucous, watery, frothy, or acid, or of a putrid smell, or of undigested substances.
Stools nearly black, loose, viscid, greasy, with pungent odour of sulphuretted hydrogen.
Stool hard, as if burnt.
Stool, with sensation as if some remained, and as if the stool had been insufficient.
Discharge of liquid from anus, followed by faeces at night during sleep.
Diarrhoea painless; in morning compelling one to rise from bed (at 5 a.m., one stool an hour till 9 a.m.); undigested, involuntary; diarrhoea in children, green, of bloody mucus, with crying and weeping.
Dysenteric stools at night, with colic and violent tenesmus.
Colic before every loose evacuation.
During stool, discharge of blood; pain in small of back; palpitation of heart, congestion of head; itching, burning, and stinging at anus and in rectum.
After stool tenesmus, constriction at anus.
Whitish, greenish, discoloured, or brownish-red faeces.
Involuntary evacuations (when sneezing or laughing, with emission of flatus).
Evacuations mingled with mucus, blood, and purulent matter.
Discharge of mucus, even with hard faeces.
Ejection of lumbrici, ascarides, and also of pieces of taenia from rectum.
Prolapsus recti, esp. when evacuating (a hard stool).
Sharp and pressive pains, itching, shootings, stitches, and burning in anus and rectum, even when not at stool.
Burning in anus, before, during, and after stool.
Prostration follows stool.
Dull ache just inside coccyx, awful dead ache as if the heart would stop.
All pains seem to go to rectum, life-taking pains.
Blind piles with burning as if something were biting at anus, going away when lying down, coming on when standing or walking about (produced.)
R. T. C.).
Haemorrhoids which protrude, ooze and bleed.
Anus inflamed, swollen, covered with red veins.
Excoriation and swelling of anus.
Involuntary discharge of moisture from anus, with itching in it.
Suppressed haemorrhoids, with colic, palpitation, congestion to lungs; back feels stiff as if bruised.
Constant bearing down towards anus; forcing down after sitting.≡ more ...