·Stomach : Pain in right shoulder-blade, and constipation, with burning in rectum.
·Abdomen : Alternate diarrhoea and constipation.
·Very painful, dark purple external haemorrhoids. with constipation and vertigo and portal congestion
·The action of this drug is most marked on the lower bowel, producing engorged haemorrhoidal veins, with characteristic backache, with absence of actual constipation.
·Torpor and congestion of the liver and portal system, with constipation.
·Stool : Obstinate constipation; feels as if all bowel action is lost.
·Appetite poor; bowels constipated.
·Stomach : Constipation, with constant dull pains in bowels.
·Rectum : Constipation, with heavy pressure in lower part of abdomen.
·The clinical application of this remedy points to its bowel symptoms, both in obstinate constipation and in haemorrhage from bowels in the course of typhoid-one phase of the paralytic weakness of the muscles in all parts of the body.
·Rectum : Constipation of the most aggravated kind.
·Sluggish functions, heaviness, numbness, and staggering, and the characteristic constipation find an excellent remedy in Alumina.
·Head : Throbbing headache, with constipation.
·Stool : Constipation of infants (Collins; Psor; Paraf) and old people from inactive rectum, and in women of very sedentary habit.
·Rectum : Green mucus stools alternate with constipation.
·Stool : Anal itching (Sulpho-calc. Alum). diarrhoea alternates with constipation, especially in old people.
·Stool : Constipation; feels as if something would break on straining.
·Combined alcoholism, with constant nausea, constipation, insomnia.
·A valuable diuretic, useful in dropsy of the cavities, either due to hepatic or renal disease with constipation.
·Rectum : Obstinate constipation.
·Stool : Constipation. Ineffectual desire.
·Rectum : Constipation, stools hard and knotty.
·Abdomen : Obstinate constipation, with offensive flatus.
·Rectum : Constipation, with hard, knotty stools.
·Abdomen : Catarrh of the gall-bladder with constipation and yellow complexion.
·Bitter taste, no appetite; constipation, hypochondriasis languor, congestion of liver; burning weight in liver and stomach.
·Mask-like expression of face, due to weakness of facial muscles. Severe constipation.
·Stool : Constipation; stools hard, dry, as if burnt; seem too large.
·Itching of anus and rectum felt during the day only; constipation, frequent desire, tenesmus, abdomen bloated.
·Stool : Constipation; stool at first hard, then pasty, then liquid.
·Stool and Anus : Internal or blind piles frequently, with pain in back, generally far down on the sacrum, and constipation.
·Urine : Retained, with obstinate constipation.
·Female : Amenorrhoea when physical powers have been overtaxed, also with constipation.
·Stool : Constipation, with very offensive breath.
·Abdomen : Constipation; stools hard, difficult, knotty; alternates with diarrhoea. Stools bright yellow.
·Famous for its action on the liver and in the treatment of obesity, diabetes, and gout. In homeopathic potencies useful in weakness of all organs, constipation, great liability to take cold.
·Introduced as a palliative for constipation (non-homeopathic), fifteen drops of fluid extract here it restores normal function by its tonic effects, but it has a wider sphere of action, as careful provings will show.
··Haemorrhoids and constipation.
·Extremities : Rheumatism of muscles and joints, with obstinate constipation.
·Acts on the digestive tract; constipation.
·Rectum : Constipation; stools hard, covered with mucus (Graph).
·A disposition that is mild, calm and gentle; sluggish and constipated bowels contra-indicate chamomilla.
·Stool : Constipation; stools hard, round balls, like sheep’s dung, bright yellow, pasty; clay-colored, stools float in water; alternation of diarrhoea and constipation.
·Abdomen and Liver : Sore; enlarged, with jaundice and constipation.
·Bowels : Constipation, feces dry and in small balls (Op; Plumb; Thuj) and hard.
·Pelvic and portal congestion, resulting haemorrhoids and constipation, especially in females.
·Constipation of children from intestinal atony.
·Rectum : Most obstinate constipation, with protruding haemorrhoids.
·Rectum : Constipation during pregnancy; with membranous dysmenorrhoea, following labor (Nux).
·Rectum : Alternate constipation and diarrhoea, and great flatulence.
·Female : Membranous dysmenorrhoea, with constipation.
·Skin : Hives, with fever and constipation.
·Abdomen : Obstinate constipation due to portal stagnation.
·Abdomen : Constipation in infants.
·Burning Bush-Soothes labour pains; metrorrhagia, leucorrhoea, and constipation also somnambulism.
·Abdomen : Constipation, with intense itching; bloated abdomen.
·Head : Bilious headache; coated tongue, bad taste, constipation.
·Abdomen : Constipation with haemorrhoids and severe backache.
·Stool : Constipated, with sore liver.
·Stool : Drastic purgation from large doses; mild laxative condition from smaller doses; followed several weeks afterwards by obstinate constipation.
·Rectum : Constipation.
·Neuroses with irritable weakness and hypersensitiveness, especially of a periodical character; epilepsy; cardiaigia, with nausea, flatulence, constipation, alternating with diarrhoea; chorea
·A remedy for worm symptoms, especially with constipation.
·Obstinate constipation; forehead feels as if compressed by an iron ring.
·Stool : Constipation.
·Abdomen : Constipation with itching, painful haemorrhoids, with pinching in abdomen before and after stool.
·Like all the carbons, this remedy is an anti-psoric of great power, but especially active in patients who are rather stout, of fair complexion, with tendency to skin affections and constipation, fat, chilly, and costive, with delayed menstrual history, take cold easily.
·Stool : Constipation; large, difficult, knotty stools united by mucus threads.
·Female : Menses too late, with constipation; pale and scanty, with tearing pain in epigastrium, and itching before.
·Stomach : Cramps and colic after supper and during night, with swelling of abdomen and constipation.
·Stool : Constipation, with gouty acidity.
·Weak muscular power, poor digestion and obstinate constipation.
·Head : Dull, pressing frontal pain, especially connected with constipation.
·Rectum : Constipation, with sinking feeling in stomach, and dull headache.
·Stomach : Constipation.
·Stool : Constipation, with ineffectual urging; better by drinking cold milk.
·Stool : Constipation alternating with diarrhoea (Ant cr).
·Abdomen : Constipation (give 30th)
·Stool : Periodic constipation, with pain across the loins, and brown
·Stomach : Pain in the stomach, with constipation.
·Stool : Constipation; light-colored stools.
·Gastric : Constipation.
·Abdomen : Constipation, with haemorrhoids (Sulph).
·Hadache, rheumatic pains, constipation.
LAC VACCINUM DEFLORATUM
·Head : Intense throbbing, with nausea, vomiting, blindness, and obstinate constipation; worse, noise, light, motion, during menses, with great prostration, and better by pressure and bandaging head tightly.
·Stool : Constipation.
·Stool : Constipated, offensive stool.
·Sense of numbness; nerve prostration; tendency to constipation after nervous strain; sensitive to least touch, it causes starting, or cold winds or weather or from excess of care and worry with constipation and heaviness.
·Stool : Constipation after mental shock or severe nervous strain.
·A liver remedy with pronounced characteristic constipation.
·Bowels : Constipation of infants during dentition; only passing small quantity; stools knotty, like sheep’s dung, crumbling at verge of anus.
·Abdomen : Constipation in rheumatic subjects due to flatulence and indigestion.
MAGNETIS POLUS ARCTI
·Anxious, coldness of eyes as if a piece of ice lay in orbit, increased flow of saliva, constipation, sopor, trembling, abdominal flatulence.
·Stool : Difficult, painful, constipated.
·Rectum : Constipation after confinement.
·Rectum : Constipation, with hepatic and uterine inertia.
·Constipates less and affects contractility of the bladder more.
·Rectum : Constipation; stools large, dry knotty, with tendency to bruise and fissure.
·Useful in scorbutic affections and constipation, related to strictures of urinary apparatus; supposed to be aphrodisiacal in its action.
·Constipation; chronic gastric and intestinal catarrh;
·Rectum : Constipation; stool dry, crumbling (Am m; Mag m).
·Fever : Hydraemia in chronic malarial states with weakness, constipation, loss of appetite, etc.
·Periodical nervous sick headaches, with asthenopia, weak digestion, constipation.
·Suits debilitated, nervous, literary patients, with frequent headaches, dyspepsia and constipation.
·Weak, asthenopic literally persons with weak digestion and constipation, are worse in morning and suffer from periodic headaches and hoarseness.
·Abdomen : Bowels constipated, with fissures in rectum.
·Stool : Constipated, with ineffectual urging.
·Stool : Constipation, with frequent ineffectual urging, incomplete and unsatisfactory; feeling as if part remained unexpelled.
·Stool : Alternate constipation and diarrhoea-after abuse of purgatives.
NYCTANTHES ARBOR TRISTIS
·Constipation of children.
·Abdomen : Constipation.
·Mind : Melancholy, with obstinate constipation.
·Stool : Obstinate constipation; no desire to go to stool.
·Particularly serviceable in constipation.
·Rectum : Obstinate constipation in children (Alumina; Nyctanthes).
·Rectum : Chronic constipation, with haemorrhoids and continual urging to stool, without result.
·Stomach : Gastralgia; chronic constipation.
·Abdomen : Constipation of the aged and those with weak heart.
·Constipation, amenorrhoea, abortion.
·Stool : Constipation of travelers, who are constantly changing food and water.
·Rectum : Constipation; stools hard, lumpy, black with urging and spasm of anus.
·Female : Vaginismus, with emaciation and constipation.
·Rectum : Constipation; clay-colored, hard, dry, difficult.
·Rectum : Constipation alternating with diarrhoea (Ant crud).
·Useful in intermittent, remittent and bilious fevers, with headache, yellow tongue, constant nausea, faintness at epigastrium, and constipation.
·Stool : Constipation of infants, in pale, sickly scrofulous children.
·Stool : Constipation, with complete inertia (Opium); obstinate from impaction.
·Abdomen : Alternating constipation and loose movements.
·Bowels : Constipation with some flatus.
·Acrid and greenish vomiting, colic and flatulence, nightly burning pains in stomach and constipation with urgent desire.
·Rectum : Constipation, alternating with mucous, frothy stools; discharge of blood with stool.
·Rectum : Constipation.
·Sugar of milk in large doses to develop the Bacillus acidophilus to correct putrefactive intestinal conditions and also constipation
·Also useful in constipation.
·Has been found a useful remedy in enuresis, seasickness, constipation, etc.
·Dose : Second to third trituration. Lower preparations are often toxic. Do not give to a child with fever or constipation.
·Abdomen : Stool constipated, hard and accumulated in rectum.
·Where the system is broken down, bowels constipated, muscular weakness, and waste of nitrogenous materials, Senna will act as a tonic.
·Acetonaemia, prostration, fainting, constipation with colic a flatulence.
·Stool : Constipation, with colic and flatulence.
·Rectum : Constipation; large, hard stools; feeling of a ball in rectum, cannot strain; with great tenesmus and pains shooting upward.
·Inflamed glands and commencing suppuration. constipation. 3x trit. for some time.
·Abdomen : Colic; cutting pain, with constipation; yellow hands and blue nails.
·Rectum : Constipation always before and during menses; with irritable sphincter ani.
·Dysentery; attack preceded by constipated stools covered with white mucus.
·Anal itching, piles and constipation; housemaid knee; abdominal flatulence, distcnnon and lumbago.
·Anal itching, piles, constipation, flatulent distention, 3x.
·Abdomen : Constipation (2 drops tincture night and morning), haemorrhoids, with enlarged prostate.
·Abdomen : Constipation or alternating constipation and diarrhoea.
·Torpor of lymphatics; torpid liver, with jaundice and constipation.
·Rectum : Very obstinate constipation.
·Stomach : Obstinate constipation.
·Rectum : Constipation; rectum paralyzed, prolapsed.
·Abdomen : Constipation, with violent rectal pain, causing stool to recede (Sil; Sanic).
·Head : Worse from constipation.
·Stomach : Constipation.
·Gastro-Intestinal : Bitter taste, much thirst, sour regurgitation; dull burning behind the ensiform; nausea, vomiting, constipation followed by diarrhoea with cramps.
·Rectum : Constipation from inactivity of rectum, with heat and headache.
·Rectum : Constipation of babies, and when produced by very cold weather.
·In epilepsy, it brightens up the patient’s mental powers and helps the constipation.
·Female : Menstruation, preceded by depression, pain, pressure, and constipation.
·Stool : Constipation, with haemorrhoids; not bleeding.
·Rectum : Constipation, stools hard, small lumps.
·Rectum : Hard, small, constipated stool.