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Ammonium Carbonicum - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - T.F. Allen

Carbonate Of Ammonia, Ammonium Carb, Ammon. Carb, Amm Carb, Am-c.


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HPUS indication of Ammonium Carbonicum: Head cold

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


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RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Stool

The varices of the rectum protrude a good deal during the evacuation, and are painful a long time afterwards, so that she finds it impossible to walk (seventh day),

The varices of the rectum protrude even when there is no evacuation, but they recede when lying down,

Formation of varices of the rectum, moist, and with a pain as from excoriation,

At night he cannot sleep, on account of a burning pain at the rectum; this, together with a strong desire for stool, compelled him to rise,

After the evacuation, sense of scratching, then burning, at the anus,

Itching of the anus,

The child becomes sore between the legs,

Diarrhoea, of faeces and mucus, with cutting in the abdomen, before and during the stools (eighth day),

Diarrhoea, with colic, early in the morning,

Loose stools, twice a day (third and fourth days),

Loose motion,

Loose stool, preceded and followed by cutting in abdomen,

Uncommonly early call to stool, and loose evacuation, then headache and much rigor (in one-quarter hour),

Liquid stool (8 A.M.),

Stools mixed with mucus,

At 7 A.M., evacuation surrounded by watery mucus.

In morning early, a fecal evacuation, which, contrary to custom, occurred during the day,

Evacuations, with constant tenesmus,

Violent cutting in the rectum, with good evacuations,

The evacuations are accompanied by a pinching pain in the abdomen, which moves transversely across the abdomen towards the sacrum and rectum; it is diminished by bending the body, and ceases entirely after an evacuation (twenty-eighth day),

Discharge of blood during and after the evacuation,

Hard evacuation, followed by discharge of a milk-like prostatic fluid,

Hard, painful stools, with pricking in the anus,

Hard stools, surrounded with streaks of blood (after twenty-two hours),

Retarded and hard stools, forming masses, which she finds it difficult to press out,

Retention of stools during the first days; this is succeeded by loose stools (in all the provers),

Constipation the first four days,

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