Author: William Boericke
Trombidium muscae domesticaen
Trombidium muscae domesticae
Has a specific place in the treatment of dysentery. Symptoms are worse by food and drink.
Abdomen: Much pain before and after stool; stool only after eating. Griping in hypochondrium in morning. Congestion of the liver, with urgent, loose, stools on rising. Brown, thin, bloody stools, with tenesmus. During stool, sharp pain in left side, shooting downward. Burning in anus.