Acute and chronic prostatitis and associated sequelae.
Mode of action
Chimaphila umbellata: Sharp pains when urinating, frequent urge to urinate at night, dysuria; pains running from the bladder down to the distal urethra; bladder catarrh due to calculi; urinary retention due to benign prostatic hypertrophy.
Clematis vitalba, Folia: Urination is incomplete or interrupted, dysuria; involuntary urination, intermittent urination; burning at the onset of flow; albuminous urine; inflammatory urethral stricture; orchitis, epididymitis; hypertrophy of the prostate.
Conium: Prostatic enlargement; weight or heaviness felt in the perineum; prostatic discharge; paralysis of the bladder; difficult micturition; premature ejaculation, impotence.
Ferrum picricum: Nocturnal urging to urinate, urinary incontinence; increase in the desire to urinate; urination is drop by drop; prostatic hypertrophy.
Pareira brava: Acute tenesmus; urinary retention with prostatic enlargement; dribbling, involuntary urination; pains in the bladder extending down the thighs and legs; urine is acidic, contains sediment
and blood; renal or bladder calculi.
Populus tremuloides: Painful urges to urinate. Hypertrophy of the prostate gland; cystitis; pains in the kidneys extending to the upper thigh; urinary sediment.
Pulsatilla: Prostatitis, orchitis, epididymitis; prostatic hypertrophy; pain in the bladder, worse at the end of urination; yellow, turbid urine.
Sabal serrulatum: Functional disorders of the prostate gland; frequent urge to urinate at night, delayed flow of urine; pain upon urinating; sensation of heaviness in the perineum; prostatic hypertrophy causing painful urination.