Author: Henry Allen
For women: with prolapsus from atony, enervated by indolence and luxury; worn out with hard work, mental or physical; overtaxed muscles burn and ache; so tired cannot sleep. Always better when occupied, when not thinking of the ailment (Cal. p., Oxal. ac.). Restless, must be continually moving about. Irritable, fault finding; cannot endure least contradiction or receive least suggestion (Anac.). Profound melancholy; deep, mental depression. Diabetes: first stages; urine profuse, clear saccharine; lips dry, stick together; great thirst; restlessness; emaciation; irritable and melancholy. Albuminuria: acute or chronic; during pregnancy, with great weakness, languor, drowsiness, unusually tired, yet knows no reason. Menses: too early, too profuse, from uterine atony in women enfeebled by loss of blood; when patients lose more blood than is made in intermenstrual period; breasts swollen, nipples painful and tender (Con., Lac c.). Flow passive, dark, clotted, offensive. Sensation of soreness and heaviness in pelvis (Lappa); a consciousness of a womb, feels it move when she moves, it is so sore and tender (Lys.). For the bad effects of abortions and miscarriages.