Absence of all desire for defecation is a contra-indication — NUX VOMICA.
Adheres to rectum, like soft clay — PLATINUM METALLICUM.
After any emotion with flatulence — ARGENTUM NITRICUM.
After fruit (Ars; Chin) — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.
Alternate constipation and diarrhœa-after abuse of purgatives — NUX VOMICA.
Anal itching — ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM.
Anus feels constricted, full, throbs — MELILOTUS OFFICINALIS.
Anus feels raw — APIS MELLIFICA.
Anus feels sore and raw — HAMAMELIS VIRGINIANA.
Anus feels tight, as if nothing could go through it — LACHESIS MUTUS.
Anus inflamed — RICINUS COMMUNIS.
Anus moist and sore — NITROMURIATICUM ACIDUM.
Anus sore and burning — MERCURIUS DULCIS.
Asiatic cholera, with cramps in calves, coldness of body, anguish, great weakness, collapse, tongue and mouth cold — CAMPHORA.
Autumnal dysentery; stools contain while shreddy particles in large quantities — COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE.
Bilious diarrhœa, with aversion to coffee — FLUORICUM ACIDUM.
Bilious diarrhœa, with aversion to coffee — FLUORICUM ACIDUM.
Black, painful, bloody, with tenesmus and weakness — CUPRUM METALLICUM.
Black, thin, offensive, like coffee-grounds — CROTALUS HORRIDUS.
Blackish; involuntary — CAMPHORA.
Bleeding after hard stool — CALCAREA PHOSPHORICA.
Bleeding hæmorrhoids — CALCAREA FLUORICA.
Bleeding hæmorrhoids — MILLEFOLIUM.
Bleeding hæmorrhoids — PHOSPHORUS.
Bleeding piles, with soreness of anus — CAPSICUM ANNUUM.
Bleeding piles — LEPTANDRA VIRGINICA.
Blind hæmorrhoids, with itching and sticking pains — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.
Blood oozes from rectum when standing or walking — CROTALUS HORRIDUS.
Bloody mucous stools — MAGNESIUM CARBONICUM.
Bloody mucus, with burning and tenesmus; drawing pain in back after stool — CAPSICUM ANNUUM.
Bloody, black, and offensive — CADMIUM SULPHURATUM.
Bloody, like scrapings of intestines — CARBOLICUM ACIDUM.
Bloody, painless — APIS MELLIFICA.
Bloody, with burning and tenesmus and shuddering after stool — CANTHARIS VESICATORIA.
Body cold as ice (Verat) — ARSENICUM ALBUM.
Brown, watery, diarrhœa early in morning, with cough, driving him out of bed — RUMEX CRISPUS.
Burning and itching of anus (Ratanh; Sulph) — CHELIDONIUM MAJUS.
Burning at anus — ARUNDO MAURITANICA.
Burning hæmorrhoids — GRAPHITES.
Burning in anus — CORNUS CIRCINATA.
Burning in rectum, with strangury of bladder — SENNA.
Camp diarrhœa — JUGLANS CINEREA.
Can pass stool only by leaning very far back — MEDORRHINUM.
Cannot urinate without a stool — APIS MELLIFICA.
Catarrhal proctitis–ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM.
Children’s diarrhœa — CALCAREA CARBONICA.
Cholera infantum; child cold, clammy, stupid, with staring eyes and dilated pupils — AETHUSA CYNAPIUM.
Cholera infantum — GUARANA.
Cholera, with intense agony, prostration, and burning thirst — ARSENICUM ALBUM.
Cholera; with cramps in abdomen and calves — CUPRUM METALLICUM.
Choleraic affections in old age — AETHUSA CYNAPIUM.
Cholera-like stools, with coldness and cramps — SECALE CORNUTUM.
Chopped white and yellow mucus like chopped eggs and spinach — CHAMOMILLA.
Chronic diarrhœa, with offensive mucus — GERANIUM MACULATUM.
Clay – colored stools — STELLARIA MEDIA.
Clay colored stools with jaundice — LEPTANDRA VIRGINICA.
Clay-colored and soft — HEPAR SULPHUR.
Constant desire to defecate, from pressure in rectum, worse standing — LILIUM TIGRINUM.
Constant desire to go to stool, with inability to pass anything for some time — GERANIUM MACULATUM.
Constant desire to urinate on seeing running water — LYSSINUM.
Constant discharge of flatus when walking — MYRICA CERIFERA.
Constant uneasiness in rectum — NUX VOMICA.
Constant urging in rectum, not for stool — LACHESIS MUTUS.
Constant urging to stool, followed by sudden evacuation — CROTON TIGLIUM.
Constant urging to stool — BERBERIS VULGARIS.
Constipated, offensive stool — LACHESIS MUTUS.
Constipated, with ineffectual urging — NITROMURIATICUM ACIDUM.
Constipated, with sore liver — EUPATORIUM PERFOLIATUM.
Constipation after mental shock or severe nervous strain — MAGNESIUM CARBONICUM.
Constipation alternating with diarrhœa (Ant cr) — IODIUM.
Constipation of infants (Collins; Psor; Paraf) and old people from inactive rectum, and in women of very sedentary habit — ALUMINA.
Constipation of infants during dentition; only passing small quantity;
stools knotty, like sheep’s dung, crumbling at verge of anus — MAGNESIUM MURIATICUM.
Constipation of infants, in pale, sickly scrofulous children — PSORINUM.
Constipation of travelers, who are constantly changing food and water — PLATINUM METALLICUM.
Constipation with some flatus — RHAMNUS CALIFORNICA.
Constipation, feces dry and in small balls (Op; Plumb; Thuj) and hard — CIMEX LECTULARIUS.
Constipation, with colic and flatulence — SENNA.
Constipation, with complete inertia (Opium); obstinate from impaction — PYROGENIUM.
Constipation, with frequent ineffectual urging, incomplete and unsatisfactory; feeling as if part remained unexpelled — NUX VOMICA.
Constipation, with gouty acidity — GRATIOLA OFFICINALIS.
Constipation, with hæmorrhoids; not bleeding — WYETHIA HELENOIDES.
Constipation, with ineffectual urging; better by drinking cold milk — IODIUM.
Constipation, with very offensive breath — CARBOLICUM ACIDUM.
Constipation; feels as if something would break on straining — APIS MELLIFICA.
Constipation; large, difficult, knotty stools united by mucus threads — GRAPHITES.
Constipation; light-colored stools — KALIUM MURIATICUM.
Constipation; stool at first hard, then pasty, then liquid — CALCAREA CARBONICA.
Constipation; stools hard, dry, as if burnt; seem too large — BRYONIA ALBA.
Constipation; stools hard, round balls, like sheep’s dung, bright yellow, pasty; clay-colored, stools float in water; alternation of diarrhœa and constipation — CHELIDONIUM MAJUS.
Constriction of rectum — NUX VOMICA.
Copious watery stools, with much urging; always forcibly shot out, with gurgling in intestines; worse, drinking the least quantity, or even while eating — CROTON TIGLIUM.
Cramps — EUPATORIUM PERFOLIATUM.
Crawling and constriction in rectum — CALCAREA CARBONICA.
Cream-colored (Calc), tea-green — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
Dark, bilious, offensive diarrhœa, with sallow complexion — CORNUS CIRCINATA.
Dark, fetid, worse after eating — APIS MELLIFICA.
Dark-green, watery, with griping — MERCURIUS DULCIS.
Desire for stool on hearing or seeing running water — LYSSINUM.
Desire for stool on lying on, left side — PHOSPHORUS.
Diarrhœa after a debauch; worse, morning — NUX VOMICA.
Diarrhœa after acids, sour wine, baths, overeating; slimy, flatulent stools–ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM.
Diarrhœa alternates with constipation, especially in old people–ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM.
Diarrhœa during dentition — CHAMOMILLA.
Diarrhœa during jaundice — DIGITALIS PURPUREA.
Diarrhœa during the lying-in period — HYOSCYAMUS NIGER.
Diarrhœa during typhoid — NUPHAR LUTEUM.
Diarrhœa from coffee and fruit, thin, yellow, urgent; worse in morning — CISTUS CANADENSIS.
Diarrhœa from eating veal — KALIUM NITRICUM.
Diarrhœa from emotional excitement, fright, bad news (Phos ac) — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
Diarrhœa from juicy fruits or cider; during dentition — CALCAREA PHOSPHORICA.
Diarrhœa from milk — NATRIUM CARBONICUM.
Diarrhœa immediately after eating or drinking — ARGENTUM NITRICUM.
Diarrhœa in gouty subjects — CALCAREA FLUORICA.
Diarrhœa in morning, with painful urging and burning in anus, and pressure in rectum and bladder–APHIS CHENOPODII GLAUCI.
Diarrhœa in morning — CACTUS GRANDIFLORUS.
Diarrhœa in weakly, delicate rachitic children — PHOSPHORICUM ACIDUM.
Diarrhœa of consumption; worse lying on left side — ARNICA MONTANA.
Diarrhœa of nursing children (Cham; Calc phos) — ARUNDO MAURITANICA.
Diarrhœa of undigested, food, fetid, with ravenous appetite — CALCAREA CARBONICA.
Diarrhœa on urinating — ALUMINA.
Diarrhœa painless, clay-colored, burning, and smarting in anus and perineum — BERBERIS VULGARIS.
Diarrhœa watery, yellow; cholera infantum type — APIS MELLIFICA.
Diarrhœa, after fatty food; clay-colored, white, or slimy stools — KALIUM MURIATICUM.
Diarrhœa, colicky, pains; involuntary, aggravated by mental excitement or during sleep — HYOSCYAMUS NIGER.
Diarrhœa, offensive, preceded by colic; stools mucous, with aphthous sore mouth — BORAX VENETA.
Diarrhœa, watery brown, gushing out in jet — ASTERIAS RUBENS.
Diarrhœa, white, watery, involuntary, painless, with much flatus; not specially exhausting — PHOSPHORICUM ACIDUM.
Diarrhœa, whitish, frothy, fatty — IODIUM.
Diarrhœa, with brown watery Diarrhœa, with jaundice (Dig) — NUX VOMICA.
Diarrhœa; forced discharge; loud noise in abdomen like gurgling of water coming out of a bung-hole, associated with coldness, cramps, nausea, and vomiting — JATROPHA CURCAS.
Diarrhœa; green, frothy water, followed by anal burning, forcibly evacuated without pain — GRATIOLA OFFICINALIS.
Diarrhœa; horribly offensive, brown-black, painless, involuntary — PYROGENIUM.
Diarrhœa; profuse, greenish mucus — KALIUM CHLORICUM.