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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Caulophyllum Thalictroides in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Emission of copious, pale or straw-coloured urine.
Spasmodic dysmenorrhoea; spasmodic, intermittent pains in bladder, stomach, broad ligaments (groins), even chest and limbs; congestion and irritability of uterus; scanty flow.
Every few minutes sharp, stinging pains in the glans penis.
Irritable vagina, spasmodic, intense pains.
Sensation, as if uterus was congested, with fulness and tension in hypogastric region.
Menstrual colic; uterus retroverted.
Aphthous vaginitis and spasmodic pains in the uterus.
Amenorrhoea; spasms, cramps, or great atony.
Leucorrhoea profuse, mucous; "moth spots" on the forehead; often in little girls.
Menses too soon.
Painful menstruation, the flow being normal in quantity.
Threatening abortion, spasmodic bearing down pains; vascular excitement; tremulous weakness; pains severe in back and loins, but uterine contractions feeble; slight flow.
Habitual abortion from uterine debility.
Tormenting, useless pains in the beginning of labor.
Labor-pains short, irregular, spasmodic; patient very weak; no progress being made.
Spasmodic rigidity of the os, delaying labor; pains like needles in the cervix.
Pains become weak, flagging from long protracted labor, causing exhaustion; thirsty, feverish.
Passive hemorrhage after abortion or confinement.
Protracted lochia, oozes passively from the relaxed uterine vessels, great atony.
After-pains, especially after exhausting, lengthy labor; spasmodic, across the lower abdomen; extend into groins.≡ more ...