For persons with haemorrhoidal tendencies, and who suffer with gastric, bilious or catarrhal troubles (A.).
SENSATION OF FULLNESS IN VARIOUS PARTS, AS HEART, LUNGS, STOMACH, ANUS, BRAIN, PELVIS, ETC.
Prolapsus ani with constipation (Bt.).
Follicular pharyngitis: violent burning, raw sensation in throat; dryness and roughness of throat (A.).
PILES; PURPLE, PAINFUL, EXTERNAL WITH BACKACHE (Nux_V.) (B.).
Sensation as if a foreign body was in the rectum, or as if it was full of small sticks, with fruitless efforts at evacuation and pains through hips and sacrum. (N.).
STOOL FOLLOWED BY FULLNESS OF RECTUM AND INTENSE PAIN IN ANUS FOR HOURS (Aloe, Ignatia, Mur-Ac., Acid nitricum, Sulphur). (A.).
Large haemorrhoids, which quite block up the rectum, without much haemorrhage (Hg.)
Constipation: large stool voided with difficulty and followed hours with severe pain in back, lumbar or sacral region (N.).
Pain from occiput to frontal region, with bruised sensation of the scalp.
SEVERE DULL BACKACHE IN LUMBO-SACRAL ARTICULATION; MORE OR LESS CONSTANT: AFFECTING SACRUM AND HIPS (A.).
Nose sensitive to inspired air (B.).
Severe fluent coryza, with burning and raw feeling in the nostrils.
FREQUENT INCLINATION TO SWALLOW WITH BURNING, PRICKING, STINGING AND DRY CONSTRICTED FAUCES (Apis., Belladonna, Lachesis) (N.).
Depressed and irritable state of the mind (G.).
Dull aching pains in the right hypochondriac region and region of the gall- bladder.
Jaundice (Chelidonium, Iodium, Mercurius, Sepia). Congestion of the liver and portal system (Aloe., Podophyllum, Sulphur).
THROBS, DEEP IN ABDOMEN (B.).
Weak feeling at the sacro-iliac symphysis, as though the legs were about to give out (F.).
Discharge of prostatic fluid at stool (Br.).
With uterine troubles constant backache across the hips and sacrum, aggravated by walking or stooping (N.).
Pulsation in the hypogastrium of the female (Calcarea phos.) (K.).
Old cases of leucorrhoea, of a dark yellow colour, thick and sticky, worse after menstrual period, increased by walking, corrodes the labia, with aching in the sacrum and knees (G.).
Vertigo, when sitting and walking (Br.)
Violent vomiting (Ant-T., Ipecac., Veratrum); great burning distress in the stomach (Arsenicum, Cantharis, Iris., Phosphorus, Sulphur). Pressure as from a stone in the pit of the stomach (Aconite, Arsenicum, Bryonia, Nux vomica, PUls.) (C.).
From inhaling cold air; by motion; by walking; from stooping; after washing in water; in winter.
In summer; chill better from heat.
Similar to Aloe, Collinsonia, Ignatia, Mur-Ac., Nit.-Ac., Nux vomica, and Sulph. in haemorrhoids.
After Collinsonia has improved piles, AEsc. often cures.
Useful after Nux vomica and Sulph. have improved, but failed to cure piles.