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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Petroleum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Constant dribbling of urine after micturition.
Discharge of mucus with the urine.
Frequent emission of urine, with scanty stream of a red or brown and fetid urine.
Urine bloody and turbid; it deposits a red, slimy sand, that adheres tightly to vessel; urine contains albumen, hyalin, and granulated casts; covered with a glistening film and with a red sediment.
Involuntary discharge of urine.
Emission of urine at night.
Wetting the bed.
Burning in urethra.
Stricture of urethra.
Burning pain, itching, redness, excoriation, and oozing, or itching pimples and tetters, on scrotum and between scrotum and thigh.
Reddish eruption on glans, with itching.
Diminished sexual desire.
Discharge of prostatic fluid.
Weakness and nervous irritability after coition.
Itching, soreness, and moisture on external parts.
Repugnance to coition.
Leucorrhoea like white of egg.
Leucorrhoea with lascivious dreams.
During pregnancy diarrhoea and vomiting.
Itching and furfur on the mammae; the nipples itch, and have a mealy coating.
Catamenia too early, with a menstrual flux which excites itching.≡ more ...