Amenorrhoea



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.

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.