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Kali Bichromicum - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - Clarke

Bichromate Of Potash, Kali Bich, Kal Bich, Kali-bich, Kalium Bichromicum, Kali Chromicum, Kali. Bich., Kali-bi.

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HPUS indication of Kali Bichromicum: Sinuses

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

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Constipation, with debility, coated tongue, headache and coldness of extremities.

Scanty, knotty evacuations, followed by burning in the anus.

Stool in one mass of excessive hardness.

Stools dry, with burning at anus.

Constipation, with painful retraction of anus.

Very painful evacuation of extremely hard feces.

Periodical constipation (every three months).

Stools slate-coloured, bloody.

Stools blackish, watery; yellowish, watery; clay-coloured, watery and lumpy; jelly-like; involuntary and often painless and odourless; bloody and extremely painful.

Papescent evacuations, with much rumbling in intestines.

Morning diarrhoea; wakes from urgent pressure to stool; the watery contents gush out, followed by violent tenesmus; she cannot rise on that account; later, burning in abdomen, nausea and violent straining to vomit.

Frequent bloody evacuations, with gnawing pain about umbilicus with tenesmus; tongue smooth, red, cracked.

Dysenteric evacuations of brownish, frothy water, with violent, painful pressing, straining and tenesmus.

Pressing and straining in anus, with tenesmus.

Periodical dysentery every year in early part of summer.

Sensation of a plug in anus (can scarcely sit down).

Soreness at anus, making it very painful to walk.

Fulness in haemorrhoidal vessels.

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