Gynecological sacroiliac complains
Various types of pain in the sacroiliac region, primarily caused by an abdominal or gynecological condition. Pains in the vertebral column; sacroiliac complaints of an indefinite origin. Pains radiating along the vertebral column to the cephalic region or to the abdominal or pelvic organs. The pains worsen with motion but may also be aggravated when resting or at night.
Mode of action
Aesculus: Sharp pains; pains which radiate to the small of the back, hips, and sacroiliac region; sciatica.
Cimicifuga racemosa: Affects mainly the nerves and muscles; pain which is neuralgic or rheumatic in nature; ovarian neuralgia, rheumatism of the spine; pains are sharp or stitching; severe headaches.
Colocynthis: Effective in the treatment of: colic, neuralgia, sciatica, abdominal pain; abdominal pain is better with pressure; back pain is worse from breathing or lying.
Natrium chloratum: Sacroiliac pains accompanied with constipation and shivering; neuralgias, rheumatism; depression and nervous debility.
Nux vomica: Sacral pain especially at night, worse turning in bed, must rise to turn.
Phytolacca: Sacral pains; sciatica with pains which radiate along the external aspect of the thigh; pains are sudden.