HOMOEOPATHY FOR SPERMATORRHOEA
The term spermatorrhoea in its restricted sense suggests the condition in which involuntary seminal losses occur frequently that create a morbid state. Spermatorrhoea is a type of sexual disorder. It is the emission of semen without copulation, or, in other words, it is an involuntary seminal discharge. This is the greatest worry for the young men.
The most significant side effects of spermatorrhoea include headache, backache, lethargy, extreme sweating, feeble vision, weariness, giddiness, limbs tremor, rapid and irregular heartbeat, sleeplessness, gloominess, low sexual desire, etc. If the seminal secretion occurs frequently and increases abnormally, it should be given serious consideration and treated as disease.
When does this seminal emission, also known as spermatorrhoea, considered as normal? When does it considered to be harmful? Seminal discharge occurs in men who rarely indulge in sexual activity, and if not ejected through copulation, it is very natural and healthy that the fluid is escaped after some interval with no provocation.
The amount of time between seminal discharges varies greatly for those people who nevertheless consistently maintain good health; some men experience such a discharge once every 15 days, while others may experience it several times per week and still maintain perfect fitness. There is no fixed law regarding the amount of discharge applicable for all people universally, nor is there any common acceptance of the rule.
Spermatorrhoea’s primary causes include
Failure of the urinary and genital glands
· Frequent masturbation
The exit of the urinal duct is narrow.
Oversimplifying tolerance of sexual thoughts
· Sexual discontentment
Testicular irritation brought on by the frontal skin’s stiffness
Fissures, piles, and other disorders of the rectum
· Stimulation after the contact
· Filled bladder sensation
PHOSPHORIC ACID Q-One of the best treatments for spermatorrhoea is phosphoric acid, which is prescribed when there is extreme weakness followed by seminal emission. The legs are weak, and the burning in the spine is worse at night. The scrotum and testicles are flabby. The penis has no power of erection or the erection is imperfect. The semen escapes too soon during coition. There is sometimes formication or a feeling of crawling.
CALADIUM Q-The glans penis is found to be flabby, and there hasn’t been an orgasm or emission in coitus for a while. Caladium is thought to be the best treatment for nocturnal emission.
CONIUM MACULATUM 30Conium is another effective treatment for spermatorrhoea. In this case, nocturnal emissions are caused by the suppression of natural desire, and there is pain in the testicles. Emission is triggered by the slightest provocation, and the patient is hypochondriac, melancholic, and excitable. Conium people emit upon contemplating a sexual act or upon seeing an attractive woman. Seminal emissions are triggered by mere contact, and there is significant weakness
SELENIUM 30Prostatic fluid oozes while sitting, sleeping, walking, and pooping. There is significant irritability of the sexual organs. Selenium is one of the best remedies for night emissions. Here, the emissions are too rapid with long-lasting thrill.
AGNUS CASTUS 30These so-called old sinners are just as excitable in their sexual passions at 60 as they were at 18, but they are physically ineligible. The genital organs are cold and relaxed. Seminal emissions without erections. Scanty emissions without ejaculation. Agnus castus is prescribed for old men who have spent most of their lives in excessive venery.
BUFO RNA 30-Bufo rana is effective when the patientAversion to coitus, impotence, imbecility with loss of all decency, quick ejaculation, without thrill, with spasms and painful uneasiness of the limbs; frequent nocturnal emissions, followed by debility; slow emission, or entirely absent; masturbation or coitus causes convulsions, simulating those of epilepsy, usually followed by profound sleep; tendency to touch the genitalia.
Staphysagria is a remedy for the bad effects of masturbation where there is great emaciation with dark rings under the eyes and sallow face, the boy is shy and depressed, the patient is hypochondriacal and permits the mind to dwell on sexual subjects for an excessive amount of time, and there is irritability of the prostatic portion of the urethra. Staphysagria is another effective remedy for night emissions.
LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM 200Lycopodium, also known as “Old man’s balm,” is prescribed when a patient has complete impotence, with small, cold, and shriveled genital organs, absent or imperfect erections, and night emission in men without erections. Lycopodium people prefer warm foods and beverages, and they have a sweet tooth.
NUX VOMICA 30Nux vomica is prescribed when the patient experiences headache, frequent involuntary emissions at night, especially toward morning, and the digestive organs are weak. Nux vomica is more suitable to city men who lead a sedentary life and are alcoholic. There is an irritable condition from sexual excesses, erections taking place, but there is a condition from which the patient suffers from headache, frequent involuntary emissions at night, especially toward morning.
KALI BROMATUM 30– Kali bromatum is effective for treating spermatorrhoea, which is characterized by frequent emissions, low spirits, and dull thought, followed by backache, stumbling gait, and extreme weakness.
LUPULINUM 1XHeadache after a night of intoxication and seminal emissions are almost always associated with lupulinum.
CALCAREA CARB. 30-Calcarea carb is prescribed when coitus is followed by mental and physical weakness, and when night sweats follow emission.
GELSEMIUM 30-Gelsemium is prescribed when there are frequent nighttime involuntary emissions accompanied by relaxation of the sexual organs; the entire system is at a state of relaxation, and emissions occur with the smallest amount of exertion or excitement; there are no lewd dreams; and it happens as a negative side effect of masturbation.
ANACARDIUM OR. 30When night emissions happen without dreams, anacardium is recommended because it also causes increased genital itchiness and increased sexual desire.
DIGITALIS PURPUREA 30When a person has nighttime emissions that include severe weakness and heart palpitations while they are in a deep sleep without being awakened, digitalis is prescribed.
DAMIANA Q-Chronic prostatic discharge, lack of sperm in semen, and night emissions are all conditions for which damiana is thought to be a specific treatment.
DIOSCOREA VILLOSA 30-Dioscora villosa is another top-notch treatment for night emissions. Patients with dioscorea experience two to three emissions per night and significant weakness the next morning, especially in the knees.
STANNUM METALLICUM 200-Sexual desire has increased, and there is a voluptuous feeling in Stannum’s genitalia that results in emissions, which come after extreme weakness.
NUPHAR LEUTEUM Q-Nuphar leuteum is effective for seminal emissions during bowel and urination as well as night emissions with pain in the penis and testicles.
SALIX NIGRA QWhen Spermatorrhoea results from masturbation, Salix nigra is recommended because the testicles move painfully.
SULPHUR 200Sulphur is effective when the patient is weak and debilitated, suffers from gastric conditions, and has frequent involuntary emissions at night. The genital organs are relaxed, the scrotum and penis are flabby, the penis is cold, and the erections are few and far between.Complete prostration and loss of sexual desire is a marked feature of Sulphur. In coitus the semen escapes too soon, almost immediately.
TITANIUM 1000– Titanium has proven to be effective for backache at night.
ZINCUM METALLICUM 200-Zincum met is effective for long-term abuse of the genital organs with severe hypochondria, and there is no difficulty in initiating or maintaining a sexual encounter when there is too much ecstasy or rapid emissions.