Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Antimonium Tartaricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Very profuse and distressing emission of urine, with tension in the perineum, burning sensation in the urethra, and scanty stream, which is sanguineous towards the end of the emission, with violent pains in the bladder.
Nocturnal calls to urinate, with burning thirst and scanty emission.
Involuntary emission of urine.
Red, fiery urine, which forms blood-red filaments after standing.
Deep-brown, acrid, turbid urine.
Pressure and tension on the bladder.
Shootings in the urethra and lower part of the bladder.
Pain in testicles after checked gonorrhoea.
Warts behind glans penis; with ulcers elsewhere (sycosis).
Severe bearing-down in vagina.
Excitation of sexual system.
Pustules on genitals and thighs.
Chronic metritis with feeling of weight tugging at coccyx.
Eruption of pimples or) the genital organs.
Itching of pudenda.
Catamenia of watery blood.≡ more ...