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Sarsaparilla - Genitals Etc symptoms - Hahnemann

Smilax, Sarsaparilla Officinalis, Sarsap, Sars.

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



Frequent urging to urinate, while there is only a slight discharge with burning.

Frequent urging to urinate, while only a few drops are discharged without urging; also at the termination of the menses.

Frequent urging to urinate, with slight but painless emission of urine.

The scanty urine discharged with frequent urging is clear and red.

Tenesmus with only a slight discharge of urine.

Tenesmus of the bladder, with pressing and bearing down on the bladder, yet the urine will not come, and when it does come, it cuts.

Almost all day there is urging to urinate, while only little is discharged.

Severe tenesmus of the bladder, as in urinary calculus, with discharge of white, acrid, turbid matter, with mucus.

Urine very scanty, discharged with frequent intermission, with frequent urging and burning (4th d.).

Urine and stool much delayed and very scanty (2d d.).

Only once a day there is micturition, the urine scalds as it is discharged, but the quantity is sufficient.

No micturition in the forenoon; thrice in succession in the afternoon, discharge of much pale urine, then again, none.

Repeated micturition (1st d.).

The urine is discharged with every day more frequently and more copiously than usual, without any especial thirst.

More frequent and copious micturition (aft. 4 h.).

Repeated discharge of pale, copious urine, which becomes turbid in standing, like clayey water (5th d.).

Discharge of much watery urine, with burning in the urethra (1st and 2d d.).

Pale urine, discharged in a thin, weak stream, with flakes in the urine.

The frequently emitted urine deposits a cloud (6th d.).

The urine becomes again more copious on the ninth day, and he has to get up also at night for it.

He has to get up two or three times at night to urinate, and discharges much more than usual, for 14 days (aft. 2 and 4 d.).

He is awakened from sleep every morning by an urging to urinate.

The urine is discharged without sensation.

Pale urine in the afternoon.

The deep-yellow urine deposits a thin cloud (8th d.).

Deep-colored, apparently more copious urine, during the menses (16th d.).

Very scalding urine, but without burning.

Red, scanty urine, in the morning.

At the termination of the discharge, the urine is mixed with blood.

The urine becomes turbid on standing, and deposits much clay-colored sediment for several days (aft. 48 h.).

The urine is turbid already when discharged, it scalds (3d d.).

Urine turbid, at once after its discharge, like clay-water, scanty (6th d.).

Scalding during micturition, with a discharge of longish flakes.


Painful constriction of the bladder, without tenesmus.

Menses delayed by three days, and at every complete discharge, the tenesmus of the bladder ceases.


Scalding in the whole urethra, at every act of micturition.

During micturition, scraping scratching in the whole urethra (aft. 12 h.).

Sharp cutting stitches in the urethra (aft. sev. h.).

Discharge of yellow pus from the urethra, with redness and inflammation of the glans and fever (as from a wound) in the evening, with shuddering.


After the emission of the urine, a burning and itching tearing pain from the glans to the root of the penis.

Painful pollutions, almost every night, with lewd dreams.

Inclination to coitus, for several days, with repeated emissions of semen.


Scalding during micturition.

Insufferable fetor about the genitals.

Herpes on the foreskin.

The erections seem diminished.

Pollution (the 1st n.).

Slimy, rather copious leucorrhoea, while walking.


It delays the appearance of the menses by five days.

Menses very scanty, but very acrid, with burning on the inner side of the thighs, so that she cannot put the thighs together for pain, the blood flows only occasionally.

Menses too early by three days (aft. 14d.).

Before the menses, for three days, an itching eruption on the forehead; on being rubbed it burns and becomes humid.

At the appearance of the menses, the bend of the right hip becomes sore, attended with urging to urinate.

The menses are attended with colicky pains.

During the menses, griping in the scrobiculus cordis, toward the sacrum.

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