Wednesday, June 4, 2014


Dictionary Meaning -
(according to Dorland's pocket medical Dictionary)

Abnormally Frequent Evacuation Of Watery Faeces.

Familial Chloride Diarrhoea - A Type Of Severe Watery Diarrhoea That Begins In Early Infancy With Faeces Containing Excessive Chloride Because Of Impairment Of Chloride-Bicarbonate Exchange In The Lower Colon. Affected Infants Have A Distended Abdomen, Lethargy, And Retarded Growth And Mental Development.

Osmotic Diarrhoea - That Due To The Presence Of Osmotically Active Nonabsorbable Solutes In The Intestine, e.g., Magnesium Sulphate.

Parenteral Diarrhoea - Diarrhoea Due To Infections Outside The Gastro-Intestinal Tract.

Secretory Diarrhoea - Watery Voluminous Diarrhoea Resulting From Increased Stimulation Of Ion & Water Secretion, Inhibition Of Their Absorption, Or Both; Osmolality Of The faeces Approximates That Of Plasma.

Toxigenic Diarrhoea - The Watery Voluminous Diarrhoea Caused By Enterotoxins From Enterotoxigenic Strains Of Escherichia Coli.

Traveler's Diarrhoea - Diarrhoea In Travelers, Especially Those Visiting Tropical Or Sub-Tropical Areas Where Sanitation Is Poor; Many Different Agents Can Cause It, The Most Common Being Enterotoxigenic Escherchia Coli.

Tropical Diarrhoea - See Under Sprue. >> Tropical Sprue - A Malabsorption Syndrome Occurring In The Tropics & Subtropics, Marked By Stomatitis, Diarrhoea, And Anaemia.

Weanling Diarrhoea - Diarrhoea In An Infant When Put On Food Other Than Its Mother's Milk, Usually Due To Inadequate Sanitation And Infection By Enterotoxigenic Escherchia Coli Or Rota-Viruses.

Pathological Point Of View -

Diarrhoea Is The Condition Of Having Three Or More Loose Or Liquid Bowel Movements Per Day.

  Possible Causes -

  • Viral Gastroenteritis With Rota Virus Is Most Common. 

  • In Travelers However Bacterial Infections Predominate. 

  • Various Toxins Such As Mushroom Poisoning And Drugs Can Also Cause Acute Diarrhoea. 

  • Chronic Diarrhea Can Be The Part Of The Presentations Of A Number Of Chronic Medical Conditions Affecting The Intestine From Which Common Causes Include Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn's Disease, Microscopic Colitis, Celiac Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome And Bile Acid Malabsorption.

  •  Mechanism -
    • According To Two Researchers, Nesse And Williams, Diarrhea May Function As An Evolved Expulsion Defence Mechanism.
    • As A Result, If It Is Stopped, There Might Be A Delay In Recovery.

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    Common Instruction For A Patient Of Diarrhoea -

    • Advice To Take Plenty Of Water, Liquids, Orolyte, Black Tea, Ganji, Buttermilk, Biscuits, Overripe Bananas, Coconut Water, Fruit Juices. As Loose Motions Decrease, Advice Soft Diet, Ganji, Soft Rice, Idli, Fruits.
    • In Case Of Acute Mucous Diarrhoea, Avoid Oily Foods, Chillies, Ghee & Milk.
    • In Case Of Chronic Diarrhoea, Avoid Fatty Foods, Oil, Ghee, Raw Vegetables.
    • Avoid Overeating.
    • If Ulcerative Colitis Is Suspected, Advice To Take Low Fibre Diet.

    Home Remedies For Diarrhoea -

    1. Yogurt

    Most Probable Mode Of Action- Not Known!

    2. Ginger

    Most Probable Mode Of Action- Not Known!

    3. Brown Rice

    Most Probable Mode Of Action- Not Known!

    4. Carrot

    Most Probable Mode Of Action- Not Known!

    5. Apple Cider Vinegar

    Most Probable Mode Of Action- Not Known!

    6. Clear Fluids

    Most Probable Mode Of Action- Not Known!

    7. Strong Black Tea

    Most Probable Mode Of Action- Not Known!

    8. Strong Coffee

    Most Probable Mode Of Action- Not Known!

    9. Cardamom Seeds

    Most Probable Mode Of Action- Not Known!

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    Ayurvedic Medicines For Diarrhoea -

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    Allopathic Treatment For Diarrhoea -

    • First Note The Pulse, B.P. And Degree Of Dehydration.
    • If B.P. Is Normal & Dehydration Is Mild ; Anti Diarrhoeal Drugs That Reduce G.I. Motility, Anti Spasmotics, Intestinal Antibiotics, Systemic Antibiotics.
    • If B.P Has Fallen Or Dehydration Is Severe ;
    1. Start I.V. Drip With Large Needle. ( Do Not Give 5% Dextrose In Dehydration ). 
    2. Inj. Mephentin 2cc I.V. If B.P < 80 mm. 
    3. Inj. Decadron Or Betnesol 2cc I.V. 
    4. If B.P. Fails To Rise,
    -Shift To Hospital Immediately. 
    -Ask To Rule Out Cholera, By Stool Examination.

    • In Case Of Acute Mucus Diarrhoea ; Anti Amoebic, Anti Spasmodic & Anti Diarrhoeal Drugs That Reduce G.I. Motility Can Be Given.
    • In Chronic Cases, Deworming  Agents, Anti Motility Drugs, & Digestive Enzymes Can Be Given.
    • If No Relief, Lactobacillus, Tranquillisers, Steroids In Low Dose May Can Be Helpful. 

      If  No Response, Ask For Investigations ;-

    • Refer To Gastroenterologist.
    • Stool Examinations.
    • Sigmoidoscopy And Colonoscopy.
    • K.U.B. X-ray And Barium Enema.

    Some Points To Be Kept In Our Mind While Handling The Case Of Diarrhoea :- 
    • When Motions Are Watery, Always Be Alert, As Dehydration Can Occur Very Rapidly And Patient May Require Large Amounts Of I.V. Fluids.
    • If Patient Was Taking Diarrhoea Causing Drugs Like Iron Or Ampicillin, Stop These Drugs.
    • If Stools Are Black Coloured With Pallor And Low B.P., Think Of Bleeding Duodenal Ulcer. Refer Immediately.
    • Keep Watch On Signs Of Dehydration - Low B.P., Tachycardia, Sunken Eye Balls, Loss Of Skin Turgor And Thirst.
    • Amoebic Dysentry Is Extremely Common In India. So Give Flagyl Or Tinidazole For All Cases Of Dysentry, Flatulence, Indigestion And Intestinal Colics.
    • Gastro Colic Reflex (running To Latrine After Meals) Is Treated As Above. But If It Does Not Respond, Leave It Alone. It May Be Physiological.
    • To Reduce Metallic Taste After Metronidazole, Administer It After Meals, With Antacids And Chocolates!
    • If An Elderly Person Gets Diarrhoea Off & On, With Or Without Blood, Refer Early For Sigmoidoscopy Or Colonoscopy, To Rule Out Carcinoma Of Colon & Rectum.

     Homoeopathic Treatment For Diarrhoea -

    " One Single Simple Drug Substance In Its Most Suitable Potency, According To Symptom Similarity Based On Totality! "

    In Case Of Diarrhoea, List Of Useful Remedies (According To REPERTORY
    by Oscar E. BOERICKE, M.D.) Are As Below-

    DIARRHŒA, Enteritis
    Acute -- Acal., Acet. ac., Acon.Æth., Agar. phal., AloeAlston., Andros., Ant. c., Ant. t., Apis, Apoc., Arg. n.Arn.Ars., Ars. iod., Asaf.Bapt.Bell., Benz. ac., Bism., Bov., Bry., Cadm. s., Calc. ac., Calc. c., Calc. p.Camph.Canth.Caps.Carb. ac.Carbo v.Cham.Chel.Chin. ars., Cina, Cinch., Colch., Collins., Col.Corn. c.Crot. t., Cuphea, Cupr. ac., Cupr. ars.Cycl.,Dulc., Echin., Elat., Epilop., Eucal.Euphorb. cor., Ferr. m., Ferr. p., Fluor. ac., Formica, Gamb.Gels.Grat., Helleb., Hep., Hyos., Iod., Ipec.Iris, Jal., JatrophaKali bich., Kali chlor., Kali p., Lept., Mag. c.Merc. d.Merc. s.Merc. v., Morph., Mur. ac., Nat. m., Nat. s., Nit. ac., NupharNux v., Oleand., Op., Opuntia, Oreodaph., Pæonia, Petrol.Phos. ac.Phos., Physost., Pod., Polyg., Prun. sp., Psor., Puls.RheumRhus t., Rhus v., Ricin. com., Rumex, Santon., Sec.Sep.Sil.Sul., Sul. ac., Tab., Tereb., Thuya, Val., Ver. a., Zinc., Zing.
    Chronic -- Acet. ac., Allium s., Aloe, Angust., Ant. c., Arg. n., Arn., Ars., Ars. iod., Bapt., Calc. c., Calc. p., Cetraria, ChaparroCinch.Coto, Crot. t., Cupr. ars., Elaps, Ferr. m., Gamb.,Graph., Hep., Iod., Iodof., Ipec., Kali bich., Lach., Lact. ac., Liatris, Lyc., Mag. m., Merc. d., Merc., Nabalus., Nat. s., Nit. ac., Oleand., Phos. ac.Phos.Pod., Psor., Puls., Rhus ar., Rhus t., Rumex, Strych. ars., Sul.Thuya, Tub., Urt.
    Acids [from] -- Aloe, Ant. c., Phos. ac., Sul.
    Acute diseases [from] (See Typhoid Fever.) -- Carbo v., Cinch., Psor.
    Alcoholic abuse [from] -- Ars., Lach., Nux v.
    Anger [from] -- Cham., Col., Staph.
    Bathing [from] -- Ant. c., Pod.
    Beer, ale [from] -- Aloe, Cinch., Ipec., Kali bich., Mur. ac., Sul.Cabbage; sauerkraut [from] -- Bry., Petrol.
    Camping [from] -- Alston., Jugl. c., Pod.
    Catarrh, bronchial, suppressed [from] -- Sang.
    Change of weather, draughts [from] -- Acon.Bry., Calc. s., Caps., Colch., Dulc., Ipec., Merc.Nat. s., Psor., Rhus t., Sil.Chilling cold drinks, ices [from] -- Acon., Agraph., Ars., Bell., Bry., Camph., Carbo v., Caust., Cham., Grat., Nux m., Puls., Staph.
    Coffee [from] -- Cistus, Cycl., Ox. ac., Thuya.
    Coryza ceasing [from] -- Sang.
    Disorganisation [from] -- Ars.
    Eggs [from] -- Chin ars.
    Emotional excitement, fright [from] -- Acon.Arg. n.Gels., Hyos., Ign., Kali p., Op.Phos ac., Puls., Ver. a., Zinc.
    Eruptions repelled [from] -- Ant. t., Apis, Bry., Dulc., Petrol., Psor., Sul.Fats [from] -- Cycl., Kali m., Puls., Thuya.
    Food, crude [from] -- Cham.
    Fruits [from] -- Ars.Bry., Calc. p., Cinch., Cistus, Col., Crot. t., Ipec., Pod.Puls., Ver. a., Zing.
    Gastric derangements [from] -- Ant. c., Bry., Cinch., Col., Ipec., Lyc., Nux v.Puls.High game [from] -- Crot., Pyr.
    Hot weather [from] -- Acon., Aloe, Ambros., Ant. c., Ars., Bry., Camph., Caps., Cham.Cinch., Crot. t., Cuphea, Ferr. p., Gamb., Ipec., Iris, Merc., Nux m., Pod., Sil., Ver. a.
    Hydrocephalus acute [from] -- Helleb.
    Hyperacidity [from] -- Cham., Rheum, Robin.
    Intestinal atony, debility [from] -- Arg. n., Caps., Cinch.Ferr., Œnanthe, Oreodaph.,
    Jaundice [from] -- Chionanth., Dig., Nux v.
    Meat putrescent [from] -- Ars., Crot.
    Milk [from] -- Æth., Calc. c., Cinch., Lyc., Mag. c.Mag. m., Nat. c., Niccol., Sep., Sul., Val.
    Milk boiled [from] -- Nux m.
    Motion [from] -- Apis, Bry., Cinch., Colch., Nat. s.
    Motion downward [from] -- Bor., Cham., Sanic.
    Nephritis [from] -- Tereb.
    Noxious effluvia [from] -- Bapt., Carb. ac., Crot.Onions [from] -- Thuya.
    Oysters [from] -- Brom., Lyc., Sul. ac.
    Perspiration checked [from] -- Acon., Cham., Ferr. p.
    Pork [from] -- Acon. lyc., Puls.Sweets [from] -- Arg. n., Calc. s., Crot. t., Gamb., Merc. v.
    Tobacco [from] -- Cham., Tab.
    Tuberculosis [from] (See Tuberculosis.) -- Acet. ac., Arg. n., Arn., Ars., Ars. iod.Bapt., Bism., Cinch., Coto, Cupr. ars., Elaps, Ferr. m., Iod., Iodof., Phos. ac., Phos., Puls., Rumex
    Typhoid fever [from] (See Typhoid Fever.) -- Ars.Bapt., Echin., Epilob., Eucal., Hyos., Lach., Mur. ac., Nuphar, Op., Phos. ac., Rhus t., Stram.
    Ulceration of intestines [from] -- Kali bich., Merc. c.
    Urination [from] -- Aloe, Alum., Apis.
    Vaccination [from] -- Sil., Thuya.
    Veal [from] -- Kali n.
    Vegetables, melons [from] -- Ars.Bry., Petrol., Zing.
    Water polluted [from] -- Alston., Camph., Zing.
    Alternates with headache -- Aloe, Pod.
    Infants, children -- Acon.Æth., Apis, Arg. n.Ars., Arundo, Bapt., Bell., Benz. ac., Bism., Bor., Calc. ac., Calc. c.Calc. p., Camph., Cham., Cinch., Cina, Col., Colost., Crot. t., Dulc., Ferr., Grat., Helleb., Hep., Ipec., Jal., Kali br., Kreos., Laur., Lyc., Lyssin, Mag. c.Merc. c.Merc. d., Merc., Nit. ac., Nux v., Paul., Phos. ac., Phos., Pod.Psor.Rheum, Sabad., Sep., Sil.Sul., Val., Ver. a.
    Dentition -- Acet. ac., Acon.Æth., Arundo, Bell., Benz. ac., Bor., Calc. ac., Calc. c.Calc. p.Cham., Ipec., Jal., Kreos.Mag. c., Merc. v., Nux m., Oleand., Phyt., Pod., Psor., Rheum, Sil.
    Old people -- Ant. c., Bov., Carbo v.Cinch., Gamb., Op., Phos., Sul.Women
    Menses, Before and during (See Female Sexual System.) -- Am. c., Am. m.Bov., Ver. a.
    Lying-in period -- Cham.Hyos., Psor., Sec., Stram.
    Acrid, excoriating, burning -- Ars., Bry., Carbo v., Cham., Cuphea, Graph., Iris, Kreos., Merc. c., Merc. d., Merc. sul., Merc. v., Pod., Sul., Tereb.
    Bilious -- Ant. t., Bry., Card. m., Cham., Cinch., Corn. c., Crot. t., Fluor. ac., Gamb., Ipec.Iris, Jugl. c., Lept., Lyc., Merc. d., Merc., Nat. s., Nyctanth., Pod., Puls., Sang., Tarax., Yucca.
    Black -- Ars., Brom., Camph., Caps.Carb. ac., Cinch., Crot., Echin., Lept., Morph., Op.Psor., Pyr., Scilla, Stram., Sul. ac., Ver. a.
    Blood-streaked slime (See Dysentery.) -- Agar., Aloe, Arg. n., Arn., Bell., Canth.Caps., Col., Cupr. ars., Euphorbia, Ipec., Lil. t., Kreos., Mag. c., Merc. c., Merc. d., Merc. v.Nux v., Pod., Psor.Rhus t.Sul., Trill.Bloody -- Æth., Ail., Aloe, am. m., Arg. n., Arn., Ars.Bapt., Bothrops, Cadm. s., Canth.Caps., Carb. ac., Colch., Col., Crot., Cupr. ars., Dulc., Ferr. p., Ham., Ipec., Kali bich., Kreos., Lach., Merc. c.Merc. d.Merc. v.Nux v.Phos., Pod., Sec.Senec.Sul.Tereb.Tromb.Val.Brown, dark -- Apis, Arn., Ars., Asaf., Bapt.Bry., Cinch., Col., Corn. c., Cupr. ac., Cupr. ars., Ferr. mur., Graph., Kali bich., Kreos., Lept., Mur. ac., Nux v., Pod., Psor., Pyr., Raph., Rheum, Rumex, ScillaSec.Senec., Sul., Tub.
    Changeable -- Am. m., Cham., Euonym., Merc. v., Pod.Puls., Sanic., Sil., Sul.Clay-coloured, chalk-like, light-coloured -- Aloe, Bell., Benz. ac., Berb. v., Calc. c., Chel., Dig., Euphorbia, Gels., Hep., Kali c., Merc. d., Merc. v., Myr., Phos. ac., Phos., Pod., Sep.
    Coffee-ground-like, mealy -- Crotal., Dig., Lach.Pod., Tart. ac.
    Colliquative (debilitating) -- Acet. ac., Angoph., Arist., Ars.Cinch.Colch., Coto, Cupr. ars., Diosc., Elaps, Kali p., Phell., Phos.Sec., Sep., Tab., Tart. ac., Upas., Ver. a.Fatty, oily -- Caust., Iod., Iris, Phos.Fermented, flatulent, noisy, spluttering expulsion -- Acal., Agar., Alfal., Aloe, Apoc., Arg. n., Arn., Benz. ac., Bor., Calc. p., Cham., Cinch., Col., Corn. c., Crot. t.Elat.,Gamb., Graph., Grat., Gummi, Iod., Ipec.Jatropha, Kali bich., Mag. c.Nat. sulphuros.Nat. s., Op., Phos. ac., Phos., Pod., Puls., Rheum, Rhus t., Sanic., Sec., Sticta, Sul.Thuya,Triost.Ver. a., Yucca.
    Frequent -- Acet. ac., Acon., Aloe, Ars., Calc. ac., Caps., Carbo v.Cham.Cinch., Crot. t., Cuphea, Cupr. ars., Elat., Ipec., Mag. c., Merc. c.Merc. v., Nit. ac., Nux v., Phos. ac.,Pod., Rheum, Rhus t., Sil., Sul., Tereb., Ver. a.Frog spawn or scum-like -- Helleb., Mag. c., Phos., Sanic.
    Gelatinous, jelly-like -- Aloe, Cadm. s., Colch.Col., Euphorbia, Helleb.Kali bich., Oxytr., Phos., Pod., Rhus t.Green -- Acon., Æth., Ant. t., ApisArg. n.Ars.Bell.Bor., Bry., Calc. ac., Calc. c., Calc. p.Cham.Col., Crot. t., Dulc.Elat., Gamb., Gels., Grat., Gummi, Hep., Iodof., Ipec., Iris, Kreos., Laur., Mag. c., Merc. c., Merc. d.Merc. v.Mez.Paul., Phos., Pod.Puls., Sal. ac., Sanic., Sec., Sul., Tab., Val., Ver. a.
    Turning to blue -- Calc. p., Phos.
    Gurgling, gushing (See Fermented.) -- Aloe, Apis, Crot. t.Elat.Gamb., Grat., Gummi, Jatropha, Kali bich., Merc. s., Nat. s., Petrol.Phos.Pod., Sang., Sec., Thuya, Ver. a.
    Hot (See Acrid.) -- Calc. p.Cham., Diosc., Ferr., Merc. c., Merc. sul., Pod., Sul.Involuntary -- AloeApis, Apoc., Arn., Ars., Bapt., Camph., Carb. ac., Carbo v.Gels., Helleb., Hyos., Op., Phos. ac.Phos., Pod., Psor., Pyr., Rhus t., Sec., Strych., Sul., Ver. a., Zinc.
    As if anus were wide open -- Apis, Apoc., Phos., Sec., Tromb.
    When passing flatus -- Aloe, Calc. c., Iod., Mur. ac., Nat. m., Nat. s., Oleand.Phos. ac.Pod., Pyr., Sanic.
    When passing urine -- AloeAlum., Apis, Cic., Hyos., Mur. ac.Scilla, Sul., Ver. a.
    Lumpy, hard -- Aloe, Ant. c., Bar. c., Bell., Bry., Cham., Cina, Con., Cub., Glon., Graph.Mag. c., Petrol., Phos., Pod., Senec., Tromb.
    Mucous, slimy (See Dysentery.) -- Aloe, Am. m., Ant. c., Apis, Arg. n.Arn.Ars.Bell., Bor., Calc. ac., Calc. p.Canth.Caps., Carb. ac., Carbo v.Cham., Cina, Cinch., Cocc., Colch.,Col.Cop.Dulc., Ferr., Graph., Gummi, Helleb., Hep., Ipec., Kali m., Laur., Mag. c.Merc. c., Merc. d., Merc. s.Merc. v., Nit. ac., Nux v., Phos., Pod., Prun. sp., Puls., Rheum, Ricin. com., Rhus t., Ruta., Sep., Spig., Sul., Tab., Tereb., Urt.
    Non-debilitating -- Calc. c., Graph., Phos. ac., Puls.
    Offensive, cadaverous -- Ail., Ant. c., Arg. n., Arn.Ars.Asaf., Asclep. t., Bapt.Benz ac., Bism., Bor.Bry., Calc. c., Calc. p., Carb. ac., Carbo v.Cham., Cinch., Col., Corn. c., Crotal., Graph.Hep.Kali p.Kreos., Lach., Lept.Merc. c.Merc d., Merc. v., Mur. ac., Nit. ac., Nux m., Op., Petrol., Phos. ac., Phos.Pod.Psor., Pulex, Pyr., Rheum, Rhus t., Rumex, Sanic., ScillaSec., Sil., Stram., Sul. ac., Sul.Tereb., Tub.
    Painless -- Alfal., Alston., Amanita, Apis, Ars., Bapt., Bellis, Bism., Bor., Chaparro, Cinch., Colch., Crot. t., Dulc., Ferr. m.Gels.Graph.Grat., Hep., Hyos., Ipec., Nit. ac., Phos. ac.,Phos.Pod., Psor., Puls., Pyr., Rhus t., Ricin., Rumex, Scilla, Sec., Sil., Sul.Papescent -- Æsc., Alfal., Aloe, Ars., Bism., Bor.Bry., Chel., Cinch., Col., Cycl., Gamb., Gels., Graph.Lept., Mag. c., Merc. d., Merc., Nit. ac., Pæonia, Pod., Rheum, Sep., Sil., Sul., Val., Zinc.
    Profuse -- Acet. ac., Ant. c., Asaf.Benz. ac., Bism., Bry., Calc. ac., Calc. c., Chel., Cinch., Coto, Crot. t.Elat.Euonym., Euphor. c., Gamb.Jatropha, Lept., Merc., Nat. nit., Operc., Paul., Phos.Pod., Psor., Rhus t.,. Sec., Sticta, Tereb.ThuyaVer. a.Purulent -- Apis, Arn., Calc. s., Hep.Merc., Phos., Sil.
    Rice-water -- Ars., Camph., Jatropha, Kali p., Merc. s., Ricin. com., Ver. a.Sago or tallow Particles, like -- Phos.
    Scanty (See Dysentery.) -- Acon.AloeArs.Bell., Camph., Canth., Caps., Colch., Col., Merc. c., Merc. d., Merc. v., Nit. ac., Nux v., Oleand., Sul.Shreddy, stringy, membranous, like scrapings of intestines -- Aloe., Arg. n., Ars., Asar., Bolet., Canth.Carb. ac.Colch., Kali bich., Kali n., Merc. c., Merc., Mur. ac., Nit. ac., Pod., Puls. Sul. ac.
    Sour -- Calc. ac., Calc. c., Colch., Col., Colost., Graph., Hep., Jal., Mag. c., Merc. v., Nit. ac., Pod.Rheum, Robin., Sul.
    Spinach chopped, like -- Acon., Arg. n., Cham.
    Sudden, imperative, cannot wait -- Aloe, Cinch., Cistus, Crot. t.Gamb.Lil. t., Nat. c., Pæonia, Pod., Psor.RumexSul., Tab., Tromb., Tub., Ver. a.Tenacious, glairy (See Mucous.) -- Asar.Caps., Crot. t., Helleb., Kali bich.Undigested, lienteric -- Abrot., Æth., Ant. c., Arg. n., Ars.Asar., Bry., Calc. c.Calc. p., Cham., Cinch., Crot. t., Ferr. ac., Ferr. m., Ferr. p., Graph., Hep., Iodof., Mag. c., Nit. ac., Nux m., Nux v., Oleand.Phos. ac.Phos.Pod., Psor., Puls., Sul., Val.
    Like washing of meat -- Canth., Phos., Rhus t.
    Thin -- Acet. ac., Acon., Æth., Aloe, Alston.Ant. c., Ant. t., ApisApoc.Ars., Asaf., Bapt.Benz. ac., Bism., Bor.Bry., Calc. ac., Calc. c., Calc. p., Carbo v., Cham., Chel.,Cinch., Colch., Col., Crotal., Crot t., Cuphea, Cupr. ars., Cycl., Elat., Ferr. m., Gamb., Graph., Grat., Hep., Hyos., Iod., Iodof., Ipec., Iris, Jal., Jatropha, Kali bich., Kali n., Laur.,Mag. c., Mur. ac., Nat. s., Oleand., Operc., Petrol., Phos. ac., Phos., Pod.Psor., Puls., Rheum, Rhus t., Rumex, Sec.Senec.Sul., Tab., Tereb., Thuya, Tromb., Tub., Ver. a., Zinc.
    White -- Acon., Ant. c., Bell.Benz. ac.Calc. c., Caust., Cham., Chel., Cina, Cocc., Colch., Crot., Cub., Dig., Dulc., Helleb.Hep., Iod., Ipec., Kali m., Mag. c., Merc. d., Merc., Mez., Nux m., Phos ac.Phos.Pod., Puls., Tromb.
    Yellow -- Æth., Agar., Alfal., Aloe, ApisArs., Asar., Bor.Calc. c., Card. m., Cham., Chel.Cinch., Col., Crot. t., Cycl., Dulc., Gamb., Gels., Grat., Gummi, Hep., Hyos., Ipec., Merc.,Nat. c., Nat. s., Nuphar, Nux m., Petrol., Phos. ac., Pod., Puls., Rheum, Rhus t., Senna, Sep., Sul., Tab., Thuya.
    Chilliness -- Ars., Camph., Elat., Merc. v.Phos., Ver. a.
    Colic, cramps (See Colic.) -- Æth., Aloe, Alston., Bell., Bor., Cascar., Cham., Cina, Cinch.Col., Crot. t., Cupr. ars.Diosc., Dulc., Elat., Gamb., Gummi, Ipec., Iris, Lept., Mag. c.,Merc. c., Merc. d., Merc., Nux v., Rheum, Senna, Sul., Tromb., Ver. a.Flatulent rumbling -- Aloe, Asaf., Carbo v., Colch., Col., Gamb., Kali c., Nat. s., Oleand., Pod., Puls.
    Nausea -- Bry., Chrom. ac., Colch.Ipec., Merc. v., Rhus t., Sep.
    Urging, Painful -- AloeArs.Bell., Camph., Cistus, Col., Con., Crot. t., Formica, Gamb., Grat., Hep., Ign., Kali bich., Lept., Merc. c.Merc. d., Merc. v., Nat. s., Nux v., Oleand., Phos., Pod., Rheum, Sil., Stront.Sul.Ver. a.
    Backache -- Æsc., Caps., Colch., Nux v., Puls.
    Burning in anus (See Anus.) -- AloeArs.Canth., Carbo v., Chenop. gl., Con., Iris, Jugl. c., Merc. d.Mur. ac., Pod., Prun. sp., Ratanh., Rheum, Tereb., Tromb., Ver. a.Chilliness -- Ars., Bell., Colch., Ipec., JatrophaMerc. v., Rheum, Ricin. com., Sec., Tromb., Ver. a.Colic, cramps (See Colic.) -- Aloe, Alston., Ars., Bry., Camph., Canth., Caps., Ceanoth., Cham.Cinch.Col., Crot. t., Cupr. ars.Cupr. m., Dulc., Elat., Gamb., Ipec., Iris,Jatropha, Lept., Merc. c., Merc. d., Merc. v., Pod., Rheum, Ricin. com., Sec., Sil., Sul., Triost., Tromb.Ver. a., Zing.
    Fainting -- Aloe, Ars., Crot., Merc. v.Nux m., Sul.
    Flatus, fetid, expelled -- Agar., AloeArg. n.Calc. p.Carbo v., Cinch., Ign., Jatropha, Nat. s., Phos. ac., Pod., Thuya.
    Hunger -- Aloe, Ferr. m., Sec.
    Nausea, vomiting -- Æth., Ant. t.Ars.Bism., Camph., Carb. ac., Chrom. ac., Colch., Crot. t., Cupr., Filix m., Ipec.IrisJatropha, Merc., Opuntia, Phos., Pod., Tab., Triost.,Ver. a.Pain tearing down posterior limbs -- Rhus t.
    Stinging pains -- Caps.
    Bladder -- Canth., Lil. t., Merc. c.Relieved by stool -- Nux v.
    Urging painful -- Acon.Aloe, Angoph., Arn., Ars.Bell., Calc. c., Canth., Caps., Carb. ac., Colch.Col., Crot. t., Cuphea, Cupr. ac., Cupr. ars., Hep., Ign.Ipec.Kali bich., Kali n., Liatris, Mag. c., Merc. c., Merc. d., Merc. s.Merc. v., Morph., Nat. s., Nit. ac., Nux v., Op., Phos., Plumb. ac., Pod., Rheum, Rhus t., Senec., Sil., Sul., Tab., Tromb., Ver. a.
    Vomiting, hiccough, suffocative, in stomach and chest -- Ver. a.
    Anus burning (See Anus.) -- Aloe, Apoc., Ars., Bry., Canth.Caps., Carbo v., Col., Gamb., Grat., Iris, Kali c., Merc. c., Merc. s., Merc. v., Nit. ac., Oleand., Prun. sp., Ratanh., Sul., Tromb., Ver. a.
    Coldness -- Aloe, Ars., Camph., Canth., Caps., Carbo v., Formica, Ipec., Merc. v., Sec., Tab., Ver. a.Debility, exhaustion -- Acet. ac., Æth., Ail., Aloe, Amanita, Arg. n., Arn., Ars., Bism., Camph.Cinch.Colch.Con., Crot. t., Cupr. m., Elat., Ferr. m., Iris, Jatropha, Kali p., Mag. c., Nit. ac., Phos.Pod.Rhus t.Sec., Sep., Sul. ac., Tab.Tereb., Tromb., Tub., Upas, Ver. a.Fainting -- Aloe, Ars., Con., Crot. t., Merc.Nux m., Pæonia, Sars., Tereb., Ver. a.
    Hæmorrhoids (See Hæmorrhoids.) -- Aloe, Ham., Mur. ac., Sul.
    Pains persist in abdomen -- Aloe, Col., Crot. t., Diosc., Gamb., Grat., Merc. c., Merc. v., Rheum,, Tromb., Ver. a.
    Palpitation, trembling in limbs -- Ars.
    Prolapsus ani (See Rectum.) -- Aloe, Alum., Calc. ac., Carbo v., Ham., Ign., Merc. v., Nit. ac., Pod., Sul., Tromb.
    Sleep, as soon as tenesmus ceases -- Colch., Sul.Stool natural in evening -- Aloe, Pod.
    Sweat -- Acet. ac., Aloe, Ant. t., Ars., Phos. ac., Tab., Tub., Ver. a.Tenesmus (never-get-done feeling) -- Æth., Aloe, Ars., Bell.Canth.Caps., Colch., Gamb., Ign., Ipec., Kali bich., Mag. c., Merc. c.Merc. d.Merc. s.Merc. v., Nit. ac., Nux v., Pod., Rheum, Senna, Sil., Sul., Tromb.
    Thirst -- Acet. ac., Caps., Dulc.
    Vomiting -- Arg. n., Colch., Cupr., Ipec.IrisNux v., Ver. a.
    Weakness in abdomen and rectum -- Pod.
    Eating, drinking -- AloeAlston.Apis, Apoc., Arg. n.Ars., Bry., Canth., Cinch.Col.Crot. t.Ferr. m., Kali p., Lyc., Nux v., Phos.Pod., Puls., Rheum, Sanic., Sul., Tanac., Thuya, Tromb.Ver. a.Motion -- Aloe, Apis., Bry., Cinch., Colch., Crot. t., Nat. s., Rheum, Ver. a.
    Sundown to sunrise [from] -- Colch.
    Afternoon -- Bell., Calc. c., Cinch., Corn. c., Lyc.
    Autumn -- Cinch., Colch.Merc., Nux. m., Ver. a.
    Daytime only -- Hep., Petrol., Piloc.
    Evening, night -- Ars., Bellis, Bov., Calc. c., Chel., Cinch., Dulc., Ferr. m., Iris, Merc., Nat. nit., Nux m., Pod., Puls., Psor., Rhus t.Stront., Sul., Wyeth.
    Morning, early -- Acet. ac., Aloe, Ichthy., Iris, Lil. t., Med., Nat. s., Nit. ac., NupharNux v., Petrol., Phos., Pod.Psor., Rhus v., Rumex, Sticta, Sul., Thuya, Tromb., Tub.
    Morning -- AloeApis, Bov., Bry., Cact., Cistus, Crot. t., Ferr. m., Graph., Kali bich., Lil. t., Lyc., Nux v.
    Periodical attacks -- Apis, Ars., Cinch., Euphorb. cor., Kali bich., Iris, Mag. c., Thuya.

    For Detail Study Of Above Mentioned Individual Remedy From HOMŒOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA

    by William BOERICKE, M.D.:-

    Special Thanks To Damini Rathwa & Moriwala Mahera.

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