China 1, 1h. Frequent watery stools with griping pains.
Verat. A. 1-3, 1h. Vomiting and purging, much cutting colic, prostration, watery stools.
Podoph. 6, 2h. Watery yellow stools, early morning.
Colocyn. 1, 1h. Yellow or brown pappy or watery stools, after catarrh, much colic, causing to bend double.
Croton t. 3, 1h. Sudden copious gushing stools.
Iris v. 1, 1h. When there are bilious vomiting and evacuations.
Dulca. 1, 1h. When the attack has been induced by wet and cold.
Bovist. 3, 2h. Before and after menses.
See also below, under CHRONIC and SPECIAL KINDS OF.
Diarrhoea. (if take antibiotics)
Nit. ac. 30 or 200. From the use of antibiotics. is almost specific. A dose every two hours will produce rapid improvement if the remedy is well indicated.
China. 1, 4h. Painless watery stools.
Ars. 3, 4h. Watery, black or yellow, acrid stools.
See also below, under SPECIAL KINDS OF.
SPECIAL KINDS OF.-
Camp diarrhoea, (1) Pyro. 30, 4h.; (2) Bapt. 1-30, 2h.; (3) Liatris Ix, 4h.
Colch. 1, 1h. Acute diarrhoea with deathly nausea and prostration, vomit at the smell or thought of food.
Apocy. 3x, 1h. Abdomen seems filled with wind and water, which is explosively discharged, great weakness of sphincter, loss of confidence.
Chi. 1, 2h. Lienteria.
Phos. Ac. Ix-30, 1h. Painless, grayish-white, watery, involuntary; evacuations not followed by feeling of weakness.
Benz. Ac. 3x, 3h. White, stinking, liquid, in children; copious, watery, clear-colored, very fetid; urine high-colored and strong-smelling.
Ant. Crud. 6, 2h. Solid hard lumps in watery diarrhoea.
Aloe. 3, 2h. In the morning, from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m., violent urging felt in hypogastrium and rectum, uncertainty, patient can scarcely retain faeces; diarrhoea alternating with pains in the head. Sense of insecurity in rectum, uncertain whether gas or stool will come.
(1) Phos. 30, 2h.; (2) Phos Ac. 30, 2h. Anus open, stool runs away without patient knowing,
Sulph. 3, 2h. Morning diarrhoea, urgent, yellow.
Apis. 3x, 2h. Painless, greenish-yellow diarrhoea, gushing, occurring every morning,
Rumex C. 6, 2h. Morning diarrhoea, brown, watery, urgent, waking patient from sleep.
Nuphar L. 3, 2h.Yellow diarrhoea, between 4 and 5 a.m.
Podoph. 6, 2h. Watery yellow stools, without pain from 3 a.m. to 9 a.m., followed by sensation of weakness in abdomen and especially in rectum. Diarrhoea immediately after eating or drinking, sensation of weakness in rectum after.
Trombid. 30, 1-2h. Immediately after eating or drinking with great pain in abdomen and tenesmus, stools fetid, at times bloody.
Coloc. 1, 2h. Brown watery stools after eating or drinking, with much colic.
Ars. 3, 2h. Brown stools immediately after eating.
Dig. 3, 2h. White stools.
Leptandra 1, 2h. Black stools.
China 1,2h. Pappy stools after eating.
Ferr. 6, 2h. Diarrhoea on beginning to eat.
Podoph. 6, 2h. Diarrhoea preceded by prolapse of rectum. Chalky offensive stools. Green watery diarrhoea, with grinding of teeth and rolling of the head (during dentition) Dysenteric diarrhoea, with heat in the rectum and tenesmus. Diarrhoea alternating with head symptoms.
Petrol. 3, 2h. Diarrhoea only in the day-time; < from cabbage.
Puls. 3, 2h. Passive mucous diarrhoea, with little pain, chiefly at night.
Ipec. 3, 2h. Mucous diarrhoea, green or greenish-yellow, with griping.
Mag. Carb. 6, 2h. Sour-smelling diarrhoea, frothy, green, like the scum of a frog-pond.
Chamo. 1 or 6, 2h.Green mucus, chopped white and yellow mucus.
Mere. Sol. 6, 2h. Slimy, offensive, excoriating, of various colors.
Merc. Cor. 3, 2h. Slimy, blood-streaked.
Nux V. 3, 2h. Diarrhoea in infants from artificial food disagreeing, vomiting and purging with-out actual inflammation.
Rheum 1, 2h. Frequent faecal stools (sour), with colic and urging.
Urt. Ur. q, gtt. v. in hot water, 3 or 4h. Passing intestinal sand.