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Zincum Metallicum - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - Hahnemann

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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.



The rectum seems pressed upon by flatus, but none is discharged.

Sensation in the rectum, in the evening, as if the flatus was pressed against the coccyx and there kept back.

Pressing and boring from the rectum into the abdomen, so that she could not remain sitting.

Heaviness in the rectum, while standing, this goes off through discharge of flatus.

Drawing pain in the rectum, extending into the abdomen (aft. 24 h.).

Cutting and erosion in the rectum.

Jerking cutting on the anus.

Tearing on the anus.

Stitches in the anus (10th d.).

Stitches into the anus.

A strangulating stitch, darting like lightning and starting from the anus into the rectum (aft. 3 d.).

Twitching stitches from the rectum into the root of the penis.

Burning lancination in the anus, in the evening, while walking.

Crawling shooting in the anus, in the morning.

Crawling pressure in the anus (6th d.).

Crawling in the anus as if from worms.

Itching in the rectum.

Itching in the anus, in the evening.

Itching in the anus, terminating in a dull pain.

Intense itching on the anus, after a soft stool.

Violent itching on the anus, for several days (aft. 4 d.).

Violent itching in the anus, almost every day.

Severe itching on the anus, and exudation of an erosive humor.

Sore formication in the anus.

Soreness in the rectum.

Burning sensation of soreness in the anus, in the evening (1st d.).

Burning in the anus (11th d.).

Varices of the anus protrude, with erosive pain.

Discharge of blood from the anus (10th d.).


Call to stool, with movements in the abdomen (very soon).

The stool is suppressed (1st d.).

Constipation during the whole of the first period of proving.

Constipation, but there is some call to stool.

Ineffectual urging to stool (20th d.).

Repeated ineffectual call to stool (aft. 2 d.).

Call to stool, in the morning and after meals.

Long-continued call to stool, which at last only results with great efforts, though soft.

Dry, insufficient stool, only every two or three days (2d, 4th, 6th d.).

Tough, scanty stool, followed by tenesmus and heat and burning in the anus (10th d.).

Tough, light-yellow stool, with lancination in the anus (12th d.).

Difficult discharge of the (soft) stool, with flow of prostatic juice.

Unshapen, thickly-formed stool, which is only evacuated with great efforts of the abdominal muscles.

Difficult, hard stool, the whole of the first period.

Hard stool, with discharge of some blood (aft. 4 d.).

Hard stool, with renewed urging afterward.

Hard, often lumpy

Hard, small, pretty dry stool, with much pressure and with rumbling in the abdomen, in the evening.

Hard stool, in the commencement, which toward the end becomes easy and soft (13th d.).

Hard, thick stool, at first, toward the end it is soft; the whole of it is light-colored.

Hard stool, in the morning, without pressing; then immediately after dinner, a very soft stool, accompanied and followed by vertigo and humming in the head.

First a little hard stool, then several very scanty, soft stools, in the evening.

Soft stool, after dinner, with cessation of the abdominal pains.

Several pappy, soft stools a day, enveloped in bright-red, frothy blood, and preceded by colic (1st d.).

The stool is thinner and more easy than usual (aft. 6 h.).

Very thin, diarrhoeic stool, with much discharge of flatus (the second time during the day).

Diarrhoea, in the evening, with pinching in the abdomen (2d d.).

Two diarrhoeic stools in two hours, and after these leucorrhoea (7th d.).

Pappy diarrhoea for many days, without pain, only some tenesmus after the stool, as if more would come.

At every discharge of stool and of flatus, pains in the abdomen (aft. 6 d.).

During the stool, burning in the anus.

Immediately after the stool, burning in the anus.

After the dry stool, pressure in the hypogastrium.

After the (normal) stool, lancinating pain in the abdomen (aft. 5 d.).

After a copious stool, pain in the abdomen.

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