Author: Henry Allen
Persons of a melancholy temperament. For the sufferings during climacteric (Lach., Sep., Sulph.). Great depression of spirits. Sinking, all gone sensation, in stomach (Sep.). Least contact of parts, causes violent sexual excitement (excessive sexual irritation driving to self abuse, Orig., Zinc.). Violent excitement in sexual organs, and excessive desire for an embrace (rev. of Sep.). Sore pain in uterus; a distinct sensation of womb (Helon., Lys.). Bearing down sensation, as if internal organs would be pushed out, must sit down and cross limbs to > pressure (but no sexual desire, Sep.). Menses: irregular, early, profuse, protracted, large clots. Leucorrhoea: < mental depression, happier when leucorrhoea is worse.