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Carbo Vegetabilis - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - Hahnemann

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



Itching in the anus, in the morning in bed, increased by scratching, and followed by burning.

Itching in the anus, and after rubbing, a burning there.

Burning on the right side of the anus (aft. 6 h.).

Burning at the anus, with disagreeable sensation of dryness there (aft. 7 d.).

Burning and stinging at the anus.

Rush of blood to the anus.

Swollen, painful varices of the anus.

On the varices of the anus, tickling itching.

Flow of pure blood from the rectum, with tearing pains for several days; (with a young wife who had never had the like (aft. 7 d.).

Flow of an acrid, corrosive humor from the rectum (aft. 24 h.).

A viscid, musty-smelling fluid escapes at night in considerable quantity from the anus.

Moisture of the anus, with pressure upon it, during micturition.

Excoriation at the anus.

Pressive pain as from soreness below the coccyx.

A large red blotch, close to the anus, with a black pimple on it, itching a little.


Excoriation, on the perinaeum, with painful itching when touched.

Excoriation with itching and moisture of the perinaeum, at night.

Shooting pain in the perinaeum, near the anus.


The urging to stool terminates with a loud discharge of flatus.

Sensation as if a stool should come, with burning in the anus and discharge of flatus.

On one day no stool, the next day two.

Totally constipated (aft. 67 h.).

Ineffectual urging to stool (aft. 80 h.).

Ineffectual urging to stool; only flatus was discharged, with painful pressure in the rectum.

Ineffectual urging to stool, in the evening (aft. 36 h.).

Sudden urging to stool, as if from fullness in the rectum, which soon went off.

Sensation in the abdomen and sacrum, like an ineffectual call to stool.

A call to stool after breakfast; the stool, though not hard, passes only with much straining.

Violent urging to stool, but only a scanty and hard stool is passed.

Much straining at the stool, in the rectum.

Stool is unusually late in the evening, at 10 o'clock, with rumbling in the abdomen (aft. 44 h.).

The fist week, rare stools, only every two or three days.

Every two or three days, a hard stool.

Hard stool.

Hard, delayed stool, with much straining (aft. 30 h.).

Tough, scanty stool, not sufficiently homogeneous, with inactivity of the rectum (aft. 6 d.).

Stool, a second time (aft. 14 h.).

Pappy stool, with burning in the rectum.

Thinner stool than usual, with urging thereto (aft. 20 h.).

Diarrhoea (aft. 48 h.).

Acrid stool, with coated tongue.

Discharge of mucus, with forcing toward the anus.

Mucus precedes the stool, then hard, followed by soft faeces, then cutting pain in the abdomen; during the first week.

Much mucus is discharged with the stool.

Much mucus is discharged from the rectum, for several days.

Yellowish, threadlike mucus is woven around the faeces, which in their latter portion are quite bloody.

Every six or seven minutes, the child screams out very loudly, while every time instead of faeces mucus with blood is discharged.

Before the stool, colic.

Before the stool, pains passing transversely through the abdomen.

With every stool, discharge of blood.

Flow of blood from the anus, with the stools.

During the stools (of scanty, hard, lumpy faeces) burning in the anus.

During stool, cutting in the anus.

During stool, stinging in the rectum, as from needles.

With hard stool, cutting pain in the anus.

After stool, repeated pains in the abdomen, extending toward the sacrum and the bladder, almost as after Rheum rhubarb.

After stool, forcing or griping colic.

After a hard, scanty morning-stool, pinching stinging in the left side of the hypogastrium, and incomplete urging to stool, like a pressure on the rectum, all day (aft. 4 d.).

After the stool, a total emptiness in the abdomen, especially sensible when walking.

After the stool he feels swollen in the abdomen, as from induration (2d d.).

After stool, burning in the anus.

After stool, lassitude.

After stool, anxiety, with tremulous sensation and involuntary motions.

After stool, tremulous weakness.

On the anus, smarting.

Pressive pain in the anus.

Gnawing in the rectum, between the stools.

Pinching in the rectum, between the stools.

Stitches toward the anus.

Several violent stitches in the anus, in the evening.

A very painful stitch through the rectum and anus, starting from the coccyx, as with a hot needle (aft; 6 d.).

Formication in the rectum, and torment from ascarides.

Discharge of ascarides.

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