It acts principally on genito-urinary tract. Aching, full, tender bladder; not Better after urinating Constant desire to urinate and passes large quantities of clear, light coloured urine without relief Pricking, burning, cutting pain in urethra while urinating. Cystitis. Dysuria. NOCTURNAL enuresis: of children, without causes except habit. Retention and dysuria in pregnancy and after delivery. Dribbling urine; in old women, with involuntary stool. Much mucus in urine.
At close of urination. Pressure. Motion. Sitting down.
After noon; Lying.