Mercurius Corrosivus

by H. C. Allen

Corrosive sublimate. (HgCl2.)

Mercurius Corrosivus has Diseases of men, syphilitic; ulcers, with corroding, acrid pus; Bright’s disease.

Mercurius Corrosivus Dysentery and summer complaints of intestinal canal, occurring from May to November.

Tenesmus: of rectum, not > by stool (< by stool, Nux ); incessant, persistent; stool hot, scanty, bloody, slimy, offensive; shreds of mucous membrane and terrible cutting; colicky pains.

Mercurius Corrosivus Tenesmus: of bladder, with intense burning in urethra; urine hot, burning, scanty or suppressed; in drops with great pain; bloody, brown, brick-dust sediment; albuminous.

Gonorrhoea: second stage, greenish discharge, < at night; great burning and tenesmus.