||Homeopathic Clinical Indication*
|Chimaphila umbellata D3 (Winter green)
||Sensation of swelling in perineum – like sitting on a ball. Pressing of fullness sensation on the bladder. Constant desire to urinate – wakes frequently at night to urinate. Specific remedy for urinary retention in BPH. Retarded urine flow – must wait a while before flow starts. Can only urinate standing, feet apart and leaning forward.
|Clematis erecta D3 (Virgin’s Bower)
||Hesitancy and taking long and significant effort to pass all the urine due to a constricted urethra followed by dribbling after urinating. Flow of urine is interrupted and the last few drops burn as they pass. Possible urethritis with burning.
|Onosmodium virginianum D6 (False gromwell)
||Loss of libido and/or anxiety over impotency. Erectile dysfunction and psychogenic impotence.
|Peumus boldus D2 (Boldo)
||Indicated for bladder atony – to tonify the bladder muscle.
|Populus tremuloides D1 (American aspen)
||Enlarged prostate with pain behind the pubic bone after urinating. Indicated for cystitis and catarrh of the bladder and irritation of the bladder and urethra in older men with urinary retention.
|Solidago virgaurea D1 (Golden rod)
||Enlarged prostate and/or prostatitis obstructing urine flow. ‘The homeopathic catheter’. Difficult urination, which is dark and in small amounts.