Urging to urinate, wakes constantly. Urine increased, greenish. Fluttering sensation in the region of the kidney, sometimes one side, sometimes the other, without pain or uneasiness.
Clinical. Catarrh of the bladder, both acute and chronic, especially indicated when the urine is offensive, turbid, containing ropy or bloody mucus and depositing a copious sediment, with burning and scalding during micturition, and straining afterwards; it is very difficult to begin to urinate, the patient strains a great deal, urine sometimes fetid; concomitants of chronic cystitis. Sometimes useful in suppression of urine in infants. Urine very scanty. Acute prostatitis, with retention of urine and a feeling of a ball in perineum when sitting.