WOMEN DISEASE OF


Dewey gives the common homeopathy remedies for the treatment of Women Disease of in an easy question-answer format. …


What are the main characteristic female symptoms of Sepia?

The menses are usually late and scanty, though they may be almost any combination; there are bearing down pains in abdomen; must cross limbs or prevent protrusion; there is extreme weakness, a dragging, weak feeling in the back; the womb often feels as if clutched and suddenly released; gone feeling in abdomen; there are symptoms to uterine stasis.

When is the best time to give Sepia?

It comes in most usually after other drugs. Hearing called it ” a finishing remedy. ”

How does Lilium tigrinum resemble Sepia?

It has bearing down, everything the hand against the vulva. The ovarian and uterine pains are more intense than in Sepia; the nervousness is more marked and exercise relieves; uterus is sore and sensitive; patient is better when busy.

How does Lilium compare with sepia as to time of aggravation?

Lilium is worse in the afternoon, Sepia in the forenoon.

What drug produce as soreness in the womb, a “consciousness of a womb?”

Helonias.

Give some other characteristic symptoms of Helonias.

Tired, aching feeling with burning in back and legs; there is also profound melancholy; soreness and weight in womb.

How does Sulphur resemble Sepia in its uterine symptoms?

There is the bearing down and the weak feeling or “goneness” in the abdomen and flushes of heat. They are complementary.

Give differentiation between Sepia and Murex.

The principal difference lies in the fact that Murex causes sexual excitement and copious secretions, otherwise the drugs are very similar. Murex has a feeling as if something was pressing on a sore spot in the pelvis. Secretions, such as menses and urination, are profuse.

What other drugs besides Murex produce sexual excitement

Lilium tig, and Platina.

Differentiate between Sepia and Kreosote in female symptoms.

Both have intermittent menses.

Both have dragging down pains in back.

Both have pressure outward on genitals.

Both have painful coitus.

Both have red sediment in urine.

Both have turbid and offensive urine.

Kreosote had copious menses, Sepia scanty.

Kreosote has dragging in back relieved by motion, Sepia is worse from motion.

the Kreosote leucorrhoea is acrid and irritating excoriating the parts, this Sepia does not have.

How does Stannum differ from Sepia?

It has prolapsus with bearing down and melancholy, but it has characteristically falling of the womb during hard stools. the patient is so weak that she cannot talk, and has to sit down several times while dressing in the morning.

How is Nux distinguished from Sepia?

Nux has a predominance of Gastric symptoms; there no “goneness as on Sepia; there is less bearing down and dragging.

How does the action of Aloes not the uterus compare with Sepia?

The relaxation of tissues is more pronounce under Also; the heaviness, slight and dragging down are more intense; bowel] symptoms will decide; there is of control of rectum and looseness of bowels.

How does Podophyllum compare here?

There is a diarrhoea, and proposes and burning in pelvic regions there is bearing down as if the genitals would protrude during stool. It differs from Sepia in its gastric symptoms.

What are the characteristic of Pulsatilla in uterine affections?

There is chilliness; there is heaviness and weight in pelvic regions. The menses are delayed and scanty; the flow fitful and changeable worse in warm room and better in open air; amenorrhoea after wet feet.

How is Pulsatilla distinguished from Sepia?

Pulsatilla is milk, tearful and whimsical.

Sepia is depressed, easily excited and irritable.

Pulsatilla-blondes.

Sepia-brunettes.

What are the female symptoms of Aurum?

Aurum congests the uterus and it becomes prolapsed from weight; there is bruised pain in uterine region.

W.A. Dewey
Dewey, Willis A. (Willis Alonzo), 1858-1938.
Professor of Materia Medica in the University of Michigan Homeopathic Medical College. Member of American Institute of Homeopathy. In addition to his editoral work he authored or collaborated on: Boericke and Dewey's Twelve Tissue Remedies, Essentials of Homeopathic Materia Medica, Essentials of Homeopathic Therapeutics and Practical Homeopathic Therapeutics.