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The best way for your homeopathy doctor to figure out what’s causing your diarrhea and the symptoms; so to get some information from you. Here are some symptoms and treatment in homeopathy for diarrhea, but before that;
He will want to know the symptoms before prescribing the treatment of diarrhea-
Get medical help if you feel symptoms such as-
Homeopathic remedies are selected based on each patient’s unique symptoms. following are common anti-diarrheal remedies specific to certain presenting symptoms-
Bad effects from sedentary life or habits. The diarrheal symptoms usually determine the choice.
Adapted to weary people, aged, phlegmatic and old beer drinkers.
Sense of insecurity of rectum when passing flatus. Uncertain whether gas or stool will come.
Stool passes without an effort, almost unnoticed. Diarrhea from beer.
A lot of mucus is passed after stool with proctalgia.
Aloes symptoms includes:
Pain increases and decreases gradually. Diarrhea immediately after eating or drinking.
Fluids go right through him; after sweets; after any emotion with flatulence.
Marked gastroenteritis producing severe diarrhea from eating sweets.
Explosive belching, especially in narcotics.
Watery, noisy, flatulent; green, like chopped spinach. Enormous distention of abdomen; very offensive.
Arg. Nitr. Symptoms include:
Arg. Nitr. Diarrhea from 2 main causes-
A relaxed, plethoric, sluggish, cold remedy. Burning pain and general chilliness.
Such people are fat, indolent, opposed to physical exertion, averse to go outside their routine and get homesick easily.
Bloody mucus with burning and tenesmus; drawing pain in the back after stool.
Thirsty after stool with shivering. Stinging pain during stool.
Caps. Annum symptoms include-
It is a valuable remedy in summer diarrhea, and skin affections. These may alternate with each other.
Copious watery stools with much urging; always shoots out forcibly, with gurgling in the intestines; worse, drinking the least quantity or even while eating.
Constant urging to pass stool, followed by sudden evacuation.
Swashing sensation in the intestine.
Crot. T. Symptoms include:
A gastrointestinal irritant with pain in the stomach and upper intestines, several hours after eating.
Acute diarrhea. Aching pain in the bowels with a feeling of impending diarrhea.
Stool thin, watery, preceded by sharp pains.
Diarrhea of typhoid.
Pain in epigastrium and upper abdomen, better by food.
Eucal. Glob. Symptoms include:
The special affinities of this drug are the mucous membranes of the stomach, bowels.
It is especially indicated in fleshy, fat, light complexioned people subjects to catarrh.
Jelly-like, gelatinous; worse, mornings. Stool brown, frothy with tenesmus. Sensation of a plug in the anus.
Cutting pain in abdomen, soon after eating.
Kali bich. Symptoms include:
Gastrointestinal disturbance with marked acidity.
Diarrhea preceded by gripping, colicky pain.
Green, watery, frothy, like a frog pond’s scum. Bloody mucus with stools (dysentery).
Milk passes undigested in nursing children. Sour, with tenesmus.
Mag. Carb. Symptoms include:
Extremely fetid stools and flatus.
Long, narrow, hard, like a dog’s. Difficult to expel.
Desire for stool on lying on left side. Painless, copious, debilitating diarrhea.
Green mucus with sago like particles. Great weakness after stool.
Involuntary; seems as if the anus remained open.
Discharge of blood from rectum, during stool.
Phos. Symptoms include:
It chiefly affects the duodenum, small intestines, liver and rectum.
The Podo. Disease is gastroenteritis with colicky pain in abdomen and produce diarrhea.
Stool is watery with jelly like mucus, painless, profuse.
Long standing; early in the morning; during dentition, with hot, glowing cheeks, while being bathed and washed.
Green, watery, fetid, profuse, gushing diarrhea. Prolapse of rectum before or with stool.
Constipation alternates with diarrhea.
Podo. Pelt. Sypmtoms include:
Infantile diarrhea, worse from boiled milk and rapid exhaustion.
Pain shoot up in rectum and vagina.
Soft stool yet difficult to expel. Prolapse of anus during stool.
Great tenesmus and pain shooting upwards, dark brown stool.
Flatulence with headache after stool.
Sepia symptoms include:
For acute problems you could try self-prescribing but for long term chronic problems like chronic diarrhea or dysentery you should consult a professional homeopath; you can find registered homeopaths at www.vrhomeo.com.
Of course it’s important to say that you should always consult your physician in case of serious illness or injury.
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