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Polygonum Punctatum (Hydropiper)
also Polygonum Hydropiperoides
Metrorrhagia, also Amenorrhea in young girls. Varicosis; hemorrhoids and rectal pockets. Burning in stomach followed by feeling of coldness in the pit of the stomach.
Griping pain, with great rumbling, nausea, and liquid feces. Flatulent colic.
Interior of anus studded with itching eminence. Hemorrhoids. Liquid feces.
Painful constriction at neck of bladder.
Aching pains in hips and loins. Sensation as if hips were being drawn together. Sensation of weight and tension within pelvis. Shooting pains through breasts. Amenorrhea.
Superficial ulcers and sores on lower extremities, especially in females at climacteric.
Compare: Carduus mar (ulcers); Hamam; Senecio; Polygonum persicaria (renal colic and calculi; gangrene); Polygonum sagitatum-arrow-leaved. Tear-thumb--(2x for pains of nephritic colic; suppurative nephritis; lancinating pains along spine; itching of hard palate; burning inner side of right foot and ankle. C. M. Boger); Polygonum aviculare-knot-grass--(in material doses of tincture, found useful in phthisis pulmonalis and intermittent fever, and especially in arterio-sclerosis. Erythema).
(Reference: Homeopathic Materia Medica by William Boericke)