Veratrum Album - Genitals Etc symptoms - ClarkeWhite Hellebore, Veratrum, Ver-a, Verat.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Veratrum Album in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Retention of urine.
Want to urinate, while bladder is empty, with pain as if urethra were constricted behind the glans.
Urine diminished, yellow and turbid even during emission.
Flow of urine, with raging hunger and thirst, headache, nausea, colic, hard faeces, and coryza.
Deep-coloured or greenish urine.
Dark red urine, discharged frequently, but in small quantities.
Pressive pain in the bladder, and burning sensation when urinating.
Excoriation of prepuce.
Drawings in testes.
Strangulated, prolapsed vagina, with cold sweat, exhausting vomit and diarrhoea.
Excessive sensibility of the genital organs.
Threatened abortion, with cold sweat, nausea, and vomiting.
During pregnancy wants to wander about the house; taciturn; haughty; thirsty; hard faeces, inactive rectum.
Vomiting of pregnancy.
Labour pains exhaust.
Suppression of lochia or milk with nymphomania.
Puerperal mania, wants to kiss everybody.
In childbed impudent behaviour; nymphomania; exhaustion.
Painfulness of breasts.
Catamenia premature and profuse.
Before catamenia headache, vertigo, epistaxis, and nocturnal perspiration.
At commencement of catamenia diarrhoea, nausea, and shivering.
During catamenia headache in morning, with nausea, humming in ears, burning thirst, and pains in all limbs.
Towards end of catamenia grinding of teeth, and bluish colour of face.
Nymphomania before menses from unsatisfied passion or mental causes; from disappointed love; puerperal mania; during confinement.
Dysmenorrhoea with prolapse; nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, exhaustion; cold sweat; chilliness; pain in kidneys and uterus before and during menses.
Suppressed catamenia, lochia, and secretion of milk, with delirium.
Sexual desire too strong, particularly in childbed; agg. at night; nymphomania (of lying-in women); complaints during menstruation, as, e.g., vomiting and diarrhoea, which may occur at these times.≡ more ...