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Zincum Metallicum - Genitals Etc symptoms - Hering

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HPUS indication of Zincum Metallicum: Varicose veins

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



Violent pressure of urine on bladder; sits with legs crossed, and though bladder feels as if full, none passes.

Can only pass water while sitting bent backward; much sand in urine.

Urine turbid, loam-colored, in morning.

Frequent micturition of pale, yellow urine, which, on standing, deposits a white, flaky sediment.

Involuntary urination while walking, cough in and sneezing.


Orchitis from a bruise, with drawing and retraction of one or the other testicle, goes from right to left; after checked otorrhoea.

Atrophy of testicles.


Leucorrhoea of bloody mucus after menses, causing itching of vulva; of thick mucus, three days before and after menses.

Pruritus vulvae causes masturbation.


Ulceration of uterus, discharge bloody, acrid, but ulcers and rather destitute of feeling.


Easily excited; the emission, during an embrace, is too rapid; or, difficult and almost impossible.

Long-lasting and violent erections.

Copious discharges of prostatic juice, without any cause.

Spermatorrhoea; emissions without dreams, face pale, sunken, blue rings around eyes.

Hair falls off from genitals.

Removes buboes, syphilitic or otherwise, in left inguinal region.

Irresistible sexual desire at night; desire for onanism.

Boring pain in left ovarian region, better from pressure, but entirely relieved only during menstrual flow.

Amenorrhoea, with alternately red and pale face.

Cutting colic, succeeded by leucorrhoea.

Varicose veins of external genitals, with fidgety feet.


Dysmenorrhoea when, during menses, limbs feel heavy, with violent drawing about knees, as if they would be twisted off; sudden oppression of stomach, she has to loosen her dress; chilliness.

Menses too early and profuse, lumps of coagulated blood pass away, mostly when walking; flow most profuse at night.


Tendency to miscarry.

Puerperal convulsions if an eruption (especially a long-standing one) has recently disappeared.

Mammae swollen and sore to touch; catamenia suppressed.

Soreness of nipples.

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