Homeopathy treatment for Amenorrhoea from the Homeopathic Therapeutics by Lilienthal. Homeopathic remedies for the treatment of Amenorrhoea…

Aconite [Acon]

Fear that menses will not return and terrible consequences follow; laborlike pressing in womb, patient bent double; tendency of blood to the head or chest; vertigo or fainting on rising from recumbent position; amenorrhoea in young plethoric girls who lead a sedentary life; menses stopped from a cold bath, from sudden checking of perspiration, from violent emotions or fright; vagina dry, hot and sensitive.

AEsculus-hip [Aesc]

  Amenorrhoea, with general prostration and malaise, back gives out when standing or walking, especially across the hips, constipation, with ineffectual urging to stool; haemorrhoids of purple color and accompanied with much burning.

Agnus-castus [Agn]

Suppressed menses, with violent contracting pain in abdomen and bearing down sensation, feels as if the intestines were sinking down, with inclinations to support the bowels with the hand; transparent leucorrhoea passing imperceptibly from the very relaxed parts; leucorrhoea not copious, but staining her linen yellow; nausea as from eating fat food; hysteria, with maniacal lasciviousness.

Aletris-far [Alet]

Amenia, or delaying menses, in consequence of atony of the womb or ovaries; weariness of mind and body; fulness and distension of abdomen, with bearing down sensation; night-sweats; constipation from want of muscular action; debility arising from

protracted illness; loss of fluid; defective nutrition.

Alumina [Alum]

Amenia, with abundant leucorrhoea, which flows only in the day time, with weakness; straining to evacuate even a soft stool; restless sleep, awaking with palpitation of the heart.

Ammonium-carb [Am-c]

Colic and pain between scapulae; violent pain in small of back, with great coldness: menses scanty, late, with headache; acrid leucorrhoea.

Antimonium-crud [Ant-c]

Menses suppressed by a cold bath, with nausea and vomiting, white tongue, great thirst at night, alternate constipation or diarrhoea; tenderness over ovarian region.

Apis-mel [Apis]

SUPPRESSED MENSES, WITH CONGESTED OR INFLAMED OVARIES menses stop suddenly or cease for two or three days, to begin again, blood black; dysmenorrhoea, with scanty discharge of slimy blood; chlorosis, with puffy, bloated, waxy appearance of the face; oedematous swelling of the eyelids, labia and feet; a peculiar annoying aching pain in the ovaries, especially in the right one, usually shortly before or during menstruation, accompanied by intense, occipital headache and other hysterical symptoms; cardiac distress; during puberty, nervous and awkward from incoordination of muscles.

Apocynum [Apoc]

In young girls, with bloating of the abdomen and extremities.

Arsenicum [Ars]

White waxy paleness of the face and great debility; painful lienteria; cold water lies like a load on her stomach; sleep full of tiresome dreams; constant desire for sour things; coffee or brandy; craving for sexual intercourse; corrosive leucorrhoea; frequent paroxysms of fainting.

Aurum [Aur]

Great depression of spirits, with inclination to commit suicide.

Baryta-carb [Bar-c]

Face pale and puffed; moping disposition, scurfs; nosebleed, toothache and leucorrhoea before menses, which only last one day; weight over pubes; backache; menostasia and chlorosis, especially of scrofulous girls.

Belladonna [Bell]

Suppression of menses followed by hyperaemia, rush of blood to the head, wakefulness and throbbing of carotids and temples; subjective feeling of coldness.

Borax [Bor]

Cannot bear a downward motion; pain in right pectoral region; restless sleep and excessive nervousness; engorgement of uterus, with bearing down-pains; leucorrhoea albuminous.

Bryonia [Bry]

VICARIOUS MENSTRUATION; frequent epistaxis; haemoptysis; dry lips, thirsty for large quantities, hard, dry stools, as if burnt; every motion painful.

Calcarea-carb [Calc]

Leucophlegmasia, vertigo on ascending; feet cold and damp; bellows or anaemic murmurs around heart and large arteries; great languor, especially in lower limbs; AMENORRHOEA FROM WORKING IN WATER, with anasarca.

Carbo-veg [Carb-v]

Violent itching of old tettery eruptions at the time when the menses should appear.

Caulophyllum [Caul]

Amenia, accompanied by spasmodic action or extreme atony of the uterus; spasmodic bearing down pains, with scanty flow; sympathetic cramps and spasms of neighboring organs, as of the bladder, rectum or bowels.

Causticum [Caust]

Yellowish complexion, weakly, scrofulous, melancholy hysteria; abdominal spasms, and pinching pains in the sacrum; enuresis on walking or coughing.

Chamomilla [Cham]

Amenia from checked perspiration or from a fit of anger; irritable and quarrelsome; one check red, the other pale; pressing towards the genital organs; passing large quantities of colorless urine.

China [Chin]

Pale face with blue margins around the eyes; headache, especially at night; fulness and distension of the abdomen, particularly after eating, with desire to eructate, which affords no relief; emaciation; great debility with languor and heaviness of the lower limbs; sleeplessness or restless sleep, with anxious or fatiguing dreams; rush of blood to the head, with pulsation of the carotids; nymphomania; nervousness; great sensitiveness to the least noise.

Cimicifuga [Cimic]

Amenorrhoea in rheumatic and neuralgic subjects; nervous excitability, bordering on hysteria or chorea; pressive heavy headache; melancholy; palpitations and other reflex symptoms; uterine cramps; suppression from mental emotions.

Cocculus [Cocc]

MENTAL DERANGEMENT FOLLOWING AMENORRHOEA; she appears imbecile, at other times acts like a maniac; is wicked, talks constantly, dances and makes all kinds of gesticulations; headache with nausea, much paralytic pain in small of back; leucorrhoea in place of the menses; discharge of a few drops of black blood, attended with excessive prostration, she is hardly able to talk.

Colocynthis [Coloc]

Chagrin caused suppression; colicky pains, causing her to draw up double, with great anguish and restlessness.

Conium [Con]

At every menstrual effort the breasts enlarge, become sore and painful; vertigo in a recumbent position, when an attempt is made to turn over great nervousness; involuntary laughing and weeping; great weakness after the least walk; the urine intermits in its flows; complicated with ovarian or uterine disease and chlorosis; depression of sexual function.

Crocus [Croc]

Sensation as if something were alive in stomach or abdomen; epistaxis of black, stringy blood; mental depression; menses in dark strings.

Cuprum [Cupr]

Amenia in consequence of suppression of foot-sweats; rush of blood to the head, with a strange tingling pain in the crown of the head, or pale face with blue margins around the eyes, or burning redness of the face with red eyes; violent cramps in the abdomen and chest, with frequent nausea and fearful vomiting; palpitations and spasms of the heart; convulsions with fearful cries, violent delirium; cramps in fingers and toes.

Cyclamen [Cycl]

Scanty, painful or suppressed menstruation, with headache, vertigo, swollen eyelids; face, lips and gums pale; loss of appetite; no thirst; palpitation of heart; melancholy, with desire to be alone; disinclination to any kind of labor; fatigue from slight causes; continued sleepiness; CHILLINESS ALL OVER THE BODY, which no amount of covering relieves, and a constant dread of fresh air;((>)) from solitude and weeping.

Dulcamara [Dulc]

Suppression in consequence of exposure to cold and damp; she has urticaria or some other cutaneous eruption on the labia majora; paleness and watery condition of the flow.

Ferrum [Ferr]

CHLORO-ANAEMIA in weakly, chlorotic persons, with fiery redness of face; sexual desire lessened; sterility, nervousness and

debility; great disposition to keep quiet; pale face, with blue margins around eyes; pressure in head and stomach; exophthalmic goitre after suppression of menses.

Gelsemium [Gels]

Amenorrhoea, patient drowsy and apathetic; sharp darting and twitching neuralgic pains in face and head; headache, which causes great dulness of head and vertigo, affecting vision. Sensation of heaviness in uterine region and aching across sacrum; white leucorrhoea.

Glonoinum [Glon]

Amenorrhoea with great congestion in head, (<) by shaking head; ((>)) by external pressure; dull headache with warm perspiration on forehead, cannot bear any heat about head; throbbing, rending and pulsating pains in head.

Graphites [Graph]

AMENORRHOEA WITHOUT ANY PARTICULAR SYMPTOMS OF MALAISE (Goullon); vagina dry; occasional show of menses, which are pale and very scanty, with abdominal pains and pains in the limbs; burning and itching of labia during scanty flow; face pale and bloated; eczematous eruptions, oozing out a gelatinous fluid or dry, scaly or scabby eruptions, oozing out a gelatinous fluid or dry, scaly, or scabby eruptions; constipation; aversion to sexual intercourse.

Helonias [Helon]

Suppression of menses when the kidneys are congested, urine scanty and turbid; heaviness and dragging in pelvic region; weariness and languor of mind and body, still feel better when working than they did when commencing to work; amenorrhoea from atony and torpor of the whole body, with anemia and disordered condition of digestive organs; prolapsus uteri from want of muscular tonicity; loss of sexual desire, with without sterility.

Ignatia [Ign]

Amenorrhoea from suppressed grief, much involuntary sighing and sobbing; weak, empty feeling at the pit of the stomach.

Iodum [Iod]

Entirely out of breath on going up stairs; paleness, alternating with redness of face; frequent palpitations; food does not

strengthen her.

Kali-carb [Kali-c]

Menstruation too late, a long interval elapsing between periods; menses too scanty, menstrual blood acrid; menses suppressed; at every menstrual effort sour eructations and swelling of the cheeks; shooting pains all over abdomen; organic diseases of the heart; erysipelatous eruptions; disposition to phlebitis; swelling over eyelids. VERY EFFICACIOUS DURING PUBERTY.

Lac-defloratum [Lac-d]

Amenorrhoea from washing in cold water with pains all over, especially in the head; sensation of weight and dragging in left ovarian region; nausea and vertigo.

Lachesis [Lach]

Amenorrhoea, with headache, vertigo epistaxis, cardialgia, eructations and oppression of the chest; prostration when exercising or lifting; mental depression; leucorrhoea thick, yellow, stiffening the linen yellow.

Lilium-tigr [Lil-t]

Amenorrhoea, accompanied with cardiac distress or with ovarian pains of a burning or stinging character. Amenia complicated with prolapsus or anteverted womb. Thin, acrid leucorrhoea, which

leaves a brown stain on the linen. Partial amenia, the menses returning occasionally, and then remain off again; sharp pain extending from left nipple through to the back.

Lobelia-infl [Lob]

Violent pain in sacrum, with fever supervening upon suppression of the menses during the flow; sense of great weight in genitals; IN CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS.

Lycopodium [Lyc]

Amenia from fright; chlorotic symptoms; disposition to sadness, melancholy and weeping; hysteric headache, fainting fits; sour taste; sour eructations and sour vomiting; great desire for sweet things; the smallest quantity of food distress her; borborygmus

particularly in the left hypochondrial region; sense of dryness in the vagina; WIND FROM THE VAGINA.

Manganum (Kali permang) [Mang]

Pressure in genital organs; headaches; pressure under sternum; menses absent or too early and too scanty; fretful and depressed in mind; eructations with pressive, constrictive pain in stomach; frequent urination; tenderness of bones in general with great weariness; (<) from least exertion; menstrual flow black and thick after much bearing-down pain.

Magnesia-carb [Mag-c]

Scanty and delaying menses of dark color and pitchy consistence; EVERY EFFORT TO MENSTRUATE IS ATTENDED BY A SORE THROAT which only subsides with the other symptoms or on the appearance of the menstrual flow.

Magnesia-mur [Mag-m]

She becomes greatly excited at every menstrual nisus, with pressing down in the iliac region; hysterical mood; sleeplessness; constipation.

Mercurius [Merc]

Prolapsus of the vagina at every menstrual nisus; rush of blood to the head; dry heat; leucorrhoea; pale face and sickly complexions; oedematous swelling of hands, feet and face; pain in mammae, as if they would ulcerate, at every menstrual period. Sad, peevish and whimsical.

Natrum-carb [Nat-c]

DEFICIENT MENSTRUATION IN THE ADULT FEMALE; pressing in the abdomen toward the genitals as if everything would protrude and as if menses would appear.

Natrum-mur [Nat-m]

At every menstrual nisus she feels anxious, melancholy and qualmish early in the morning for a few hours, with sweet risings from the stomach and spitting of blood with the saliva; awakens every morning with long-lasting headache; skin dry and harsh; sallow, pale face, or livid constipation and fissura ani, with vertigo and headache; itching pimples on mons veneris and vulva; melancholy or vindictive disposition.

Nux-mosch [Nux-m]

Suppression of the menses, with spasms and other hysteric affection; disposition to sleep and faint away, with great nervousness; debility; complete exhaustion after the least exertion; bloating of the abdomen after every meal; frequent waterbrash; amenia from getting wet, with rheumatic pains.

Opium [Op]

Suppression, with congestion of blood to the head, which feels heavy, redness and heat of the face; sopor and convulsions; amenorrhoea from fright, with irresistible drowsiness.

Oxalic-acid [Ox-ac]

Amenorrhoea a from cold, with great dyspnoea, constriction of throat and chest, blood spitting dull, heavy, lumbar pains,(<) on standing, (>) by lying down.

Phosphorus [Phos]

Particularly in tall, slender, phthisical patients. Spitting and vomiting of blood at the menstrual nisus; menses too late or not appearing; tight feeling in the chest, with dry, tight cough; profuse haemoptysis or haemorrhage from the anus or urethra; great sense of weakness across the abdomen; cold legs and feet, sometimes paralyzed, stitches in mammae; eyelids puffed.

Phytolacca [Phyt]

Amenorrhoea complicated with ovarian irritation or diseases; chronic rheumatism; constipation.

Platina [Plat]

PARTICULARLY IN EMIGRANTS. Painful pressing down, as if the menses would appear, with desire for stool and pains in the small of the back; constipation, with scanty, difficult stool.

Pulsatilla [Puls]

THE SEXUAL SPHERE IS PRIMARILY AFFECTED IN AN ATONIC DIRECTIONS, AND THERE ARE NO CHLOROTIC SYMPTOMS PRESENT. Amenorrhoea in consequence of getting feet wet, with frequent paroxysms of hemicrania and stitching pains in face and teeth; uterine colic; constant chilliness, even in summer when warmly clad; pain and swelling of the mammae; soreness of the apices of the lungs; morning sickness and bad taste in the morning; vicarious epistaxis. Menses pale and watery, alternating with black blood mixed with mucus; freckles on face.

Rhododendron [Rhod]

Every menstrual nisus is attended with fever and headache; (<) during rough and windy weather and before a thunderstorm.

Rhus-tox [Rhus-t]

Amenia from living in a foggy locality and cold,. damp atmosphere after getting wet in a rainstorm.

Ruta [Ruta]

Corrosive leucorrhoea in consequence of the suppression.

Sabadilla [Sabad]

The menses are suppressed immediately on their appearance, when they reappear, sooner or later, but are again suppressed, and so on.

Sabina [Sabin]

The menses, usually flowing profusely, cease, or are suddenly suppressed, followed by a thick, foetid leucorrhoea.

Sanguinaria [Sang]

Amenorrhoea, in consequence of pulmonary disease; hectic flush of the face; noisy escape of flatus from the vagina; in women who are subject to sick-headache, with stiffness of the neck.

Secale [Sec]

Amenorrhoea in thin, scrawny married woman who suffer much at the menstrual nisus, with a continual, long lasting, forcing pain in uterus.

Senecio [Senec]

Useful to nervous, restless, SLEEPLESS WOMEN, who always complain of nausea, debility of the whole system; menstrual nisus, but still the period does not appear; sensation of a ball rising from the stomach in to the throat; gastric derangement and inappetency. Amenorrhoea, with bloated abdomen, little or no urinary discharge, paleness of the skin, cold hands and feet, but no pain; tendency to dropsical condition; irritable disposition.

Sepia [Sep]

Insufficient or retarded menstruation in feeble women to all impressions; in some, tendency to cough, to congestion and pain in the apex of one or both lungs; sallow complexion, with yellow saddle across bridge of nose and dingy spots on face; frequent paroxysms of hysteric or nervous headaches; frequent alternation of chilliness and heat; great debility; pain in loins from uterine and other abdominal congestion; sensation as though the vulva were too large; pressure on abdomen at menstrual nisus, then soreness of perineum and swelling of the vulva; acrid leucorrhoea of bad -smelling fluids, accompanied by much itching in genital organs; constipation and sense of weight at the anus; feeling of emptiness at pit of stomach and in abdomen; great disposition to sweat.

Silicea [Sil]

Amenorrhoea with suppressed foot -sweats; instead of the menses smarting, acrid and corrosive leucorrhoea or discharge of a quantity of watery fluid from the uterus; frequent attacks of momentary blindness or obscuration of vision; pressing-down feeling in vagina, parts tender to touch; itching at the genitals; great costiveness at the approach of the menses.

Staphisagria [Staph]

Amenorrhoea in consequences of chagrin, with severe indignation, pain in teeth at times of menstrual molimina; she is extremely sensitive to mental and physical impressions.

Stramonium [Stram]

Extremely loquacious at the menstrual molimina; tears, prayers and earnest supplication. Face puffed up with blood; she is full of fear, and shrinks back in fear when awakening from sleep; desire for light and society.

Sulphur [Sulph]

Often indicated where Pulsatilla failed (C.D.); face pale and sickly; eyes sunken, with blue margins or circumscribed redness of cheeks; freckles, stitching headache; violent pains in uterine region and itching pimples on the chest at every menstrual molimina; haemorrhoids; flashes of heat or vivid redness of face; heat in top of head and coldness of feet, or burning in soles of feet, at night in bed; weak, fainting spells; hungry about noon, cannot wait for her dinner; short naps at night, or heavy deep sleep the whole night.

Thuja [Thuj]

Suppression of menses; constipation; anxious restlessness and sleeplessness; no desire for work; mental dulness with pious fanaticism; menses too short and too early, preceded by profuse sweat; embrace prevented by extreme sensitiveness of vagina.

Ustilago [Ust]

Suppression of menses without known cause; troublesome cough with expectoration, sometimes dry cough with stitching pains in chest, especially left side; night-sweats; loss of appetite pain in ovaries, especially left side; general debility; bearing down as if everything would come through; leucorrhoea; CHLOROSIS, WITH TENDENCY TO PHTHISIS PULMONALIS.

Valeriana [Valer]

Hysterical women who have taken too much chamomile (vulg.) tea; nausea with desire to vomit, as if a thread or something were hanging in the throat, coming from low down in the abdomen.

Veratrum-alb [Verat]

Nervous headache at every menstrual nisus, with cold sweat on forehead; leaden color of the face, with frequent nausea and vomiting or diarrhoea; cold hands, feet and nose; great weakness with fainting turns; sexual orgasmus, even nymphomania.

Zincum [Zinc]

Amenorrhoea, with alternate paleness and redness of face; varicose veins of pudenda; fidgety feet; pruritus vulvae causes masturbation.

Samuel Lilienthal
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal (1815-1891) was from Germany, and became a pioneer homeopath in America. He received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Munich in 1838. After he moved to the United States, he was hired as Professor of Clinical Medicine at New York College for Women, and also as Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases at the New York Homeopathic College.
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal was the author of many great books including “Homeopathic Therapeutics”. For many years, with the support of Dr. Constantine Hering, he was the editor of the North American Journal of Homeopathy. Dr. Lilienthal passed away on February 2nd 1891 in San Francisco.