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Constipation Therapeutics

  1. Hard, dry, knotty; no desire. Even a soft stool is passed with difficulty. Great straining. Evacuation preceded by painful urging long before stool, and then straining at stool- Alumina

  2. Constipation; stools hard, dry, as if burnt; seem too large-Bryonia

  3. Constipation; stool at first hard, then pasty, then liquid- Calcarea

  4. Constipation of infants during dentition; only passing small quantity; STOOLS KNOTTY, like sheep's dung, Mag Mur

  5. Crumbling at verge of anus.-Mag mur

  6. Constipation; stool dry, crumbling. [AM. M.; MAG. M.]-Nat mur

  7. Obstinate constipation; no desire to go to stool. Round, hard, black balls. Faeces protrude and recede-Opium

  8. Adheres to rectum, like soft clay. Sticky stool. Constipation of travelers, who are constantly changing food and water-platina

  9. Stools large, heavy and painful. Pain in whole perineum. No desire until a large accumulation. After great straining only partially expelled; recedes, crumbles at verge of anus. [MAG. MUR.]-Sanicula

  10. Stool comes down with difficulty; when partly expelled, recedes again.

  11. Constipation always before and during menses; .-Silica

  12. Constipation; large, hard stools;

  13. Feeling of a ball in rectum; cannot strain; with great tenesmus and pains shooting UPWARD.

  14. Dark-brown, round balls glued together with mucus.-Sepia

  15. Frequent, unsuccessful desire; hard, knotty, insufficient. Child afraid on account of pain- Bryonia

  16. Redness around the anus, with itching.-Sulphur

  17. Constipation, with violent rectal pain, causing stool to recede. [SIL.; SANIC.]-Thuja

  18. Long, narrow, hard, like a dog's-Phos-

  19. Ineffectual urging. Stool hard, difficult, small, incomplete-lyco

  20. Constipation, with frequent ineffectual urging, incomplete and unsatisfactory; feeling as if part remained unexpelled.

  21. Absence of all desire for defecation is a contra- indication.-nux vom

  22. Hard, tough, covered with mucus; shines like grease; small-shaped; expelled with much straining, or only on standing up.-Caust