Author: Henry Allen
Profuse passive haemorrhage from every outlet of the body; blood dark and clotted. Metrorrhagia: with violent cramps and uterine colic; in chlorosis; after abortion, labor, miscarriage; at climacteric; with cancer uteri (Phos., Ust.). Menses: too early; too profuse; protracted (eight, ten, even fifteen days); tardy in starting, first day merely a show; second day colic, vomiting, a haemorrhage with large clots; each alternate period more profuse. Haemorrhage or delaying menses from uterine inertia; exhausting, scarcely recovers from one period before another begins. Leucorrhoea: bloody, dark, offensive; some days before and after menses.