Ferrum Phos

Incontinence of urine, if from weakness of the sphincter muscle. Wetting of the bed, especially in children. Enuresis nocturna, from weakness of the muscles, often seen in women, when every cough causes the urine to spurt. Cystitis, first stage, with pain, heat or feverishness. Suppression of the urine with heat. Excessive secretion of urine. Polyuria simplex. "Irresistible urging to urinate in the daytime, aggravated by standing and accompanied by pain along the urethra and neck of the bladder. Retention of urine with fever in little children, as well as involuntary spurting of urine with every cough." (M. Deschere, M. D.) Some varieties of red wine will cure nocturnal enuresis in children, owing to the iron contained therein. Dose night and morning. Diurnal enuresis depending on irritation of neck of the bladder and end of penis.

Kali Mur

Cystitis, second stage, when swelling has set in (interstitial exudation), and discharge of thick, white mucus. The principal remedy in chronic cystitis. Urine dark-colored, deposit of uric acid, where there exist torpor and inactivity of the liver.

Kali Phos

Cystitis in asthenic conditions with prostration. Frequent urination, or passing large quantities of water. Frequent scalding; nervous weakness. Incontinence of urine from nervous debility, bleeding from the urethra. Paralysis, affecting the sphincter muscle, causing inability to retain the urine. Enuresis in older children. Urine quite yellow. Itching in urethra. Cutting pain in bladder and urethra.

Magnesia Phos

Constant urging to urinate whenever the person is standing or walking. Spasmodic retention of the urine. Gravel. Pain after the use of the catheter, a sensation as if the muscles did not contract. Child passes large quantities of urine.

Natrum Phos

Incontinence of urine in children with acidity. Polyuria. Urine dark-red, with arthritis. Frequent micturition. Diabetes. Atony of the bladder. Gravel. Schussler in his last edition claims that this is the chief remedy in catarrh of the bladder.

Natrum Sulph

Sandy deposit or sediment in the urine, gravel, Itthic deposits, brickdust-like coloring matter in the water, associated with gout. Polyuria simplex, excessive secretion if diabetic. Urine loaded with bile. Wetting of the bed at night, or retention of urine.


Urine loaded with pus and mucus. Red sandy deposit of uric acid. Enuresis from worms and in chorea. Must get up at night to urinate.

Calcarea Sulph

Inflammation of the bladder, in chronic stage, pus forming. Red urine with hectic fever. Nephritis scarlatinosa. (S. Lilienthal).

Calcarea Phos

Urine copious. Enuresis, wetting the bed in young children and in old people, as an intercurrent after Natrum sulph. For gravel, calculous, phosphatic deposit. To check the reformation of stone in the bladder, also buttermilk or koumiss as a dietary help. Flocculent sediment in urine.

Natrum Mur

Polyuria, with much emaciation; hematuria after scurvy; cutting pain after urinating. Cystitis. Involuntary urination when walking, coughing, etc. Incontinence of urine. Cutting in urethra after urinating.

Calcarea Fluor

Copious urine with frequent urging. Urine scanty and high colored, and emits a pungent odor.

Clinical Cases

Dr. S, B. Diclterjuan, of Abington, Mass., reports a case of enuresis cured with Ferrum phos. 200th. The enuresis occurred in the daytime; he seldom wet the bed at night. The guiding symptoms emphasize its use in diurnal.

Case Of Incontinence Of Urine Due To Loss Of Muscular Power, Cured By Ferrum Phos

Transactions American Institute, 1882, p. 181.

Dr. Schussler, in a private communication to Dr. Zoeppritz, mentions the case of a lad to whom he had given, without effect, Ferrum phos. for enuular eruption near the corners of the mouth appeared, for which he prescribed Natrum mur., which cured both the eruption and the Dr Cornelius Oldenburg reports a case of spasmodic retention of the urine. No urine was at first excreted; even the catheter failed to bring any away. Magnesia phos. was given, which relieved somewhat; some urine was passed. In five days, no permanent or decided results being obtained from this remedy, Schussler's advice was followed, and accordingly Cal-carea phos. was given, which cured in one day. Some two months later another attack came on, which was likewise immediately cured by Calcarea phos., for on the following day the patient was well. All. Horn. Zeit., 1885, p. 70.

Dr. Criiwcll reports on incontinence of urine: When I became acquainted with Dr. Schussler's preparations I was very anxious to test the effects of Kali phos., as Dr. Schussler recommends this against paralysis and paralytic conditions. Whoever has been occupied with the study of psychology is naturally ready to suspect paralysis everywhere I acknowledge I may have given Kali phos. too frequently, as I was desirous to find out what it could do. For various reasons it led me to give it for incontinency. I gave it three or four times daily in a little water. In five cases, two of which I treated without good results. Kali phos. brought about amazingly rapid improvement. With a young girl, aet. 7, I had until lately to repeat the remedy every time it was given up, as the incontinency always returned when it was discontinued. The most successful case was that of an old gentleman, aet. 60. No doubt in this case there existed a sub-paralytic condition of the sphincter muscle. Some months after treatment he called back to say that he was perfectly cured, but desired to have some of the powders, simply by way of precaution. (From Schussler).

Lad. aet. 10, after homoeopathic treatment bad been unsuccessful, suffered with enuresis, urine pale, watery and very profuse. Ferrum phos. 6x, a powder in hot water three times daily, cured. (C, W. Hakes, M, D).

Incontinence Op Urine

Lady, aet. 35, had had trouble for three years, and could assign no cause thereto; was able to retain the urine at night but not in daytime, when she passed large quantities of water involuntarily. General health good. Fermm phos, 3x, four limes a day. A week later she reported that she could now retain the urine much better during the day. The medicine was continued for three weeks longer, when she informed me that the power over the bladder was now complete, and that she was better than she had been for two years. Nine months afterwards the patient came to me again with a return of the malady; and, although she was then etciente, Ferrum phos. again completely stopped the incontinence. (Wilde).