Anaemic debility of chlorotic girls and pregnant women, suffering from slow digestion; least food distresses the stomach; fainting attacks with vertigo; flatulent colic, constipation; amenorrhoea or delayed attacks with vertigo; flatulent colic, constipation; amenorrhoea or delayed menses from UTERINE OR OVARIAN ATONY, premature profuse menses, with labor like pains; sterility from uterine atony.
Feeling of constriction in oesophagus when swallowing; capricious appetite, aversion to meat; desire for chalk, starch, charcoal, clean white rags, clover, acids, ground coffee, dirt, etc.; faintness at stomach, (>) by satisfying the craving; always (<) after potatoes; palpitation of heart with large and small beats intermingled; constant chilliness; dryness of all mucous membranes; dryness and harshness of skin, wit absence of all perspiration; menses scanty, pale and painful, after menses exhausted in mind and body; hysterical jerks and spasmodic laughter; unrefreshing night sleep, weak and faint in the morning till she eats; impelled to suicide when seeing a knife; transparent albuminous leucorrhoea sometimes running down the limbs.
Nymphomania and tenderness over ovarian region after CHECKING MENSES BY A BATH; menses commence at an early period, are profuse and cease afterwards, followed by chlorosis; gastric symptoms predominant, with habitual sensation as if stomach were overloaded, with headache, peevishness; irregular stool, lassitude, excessive depression and exhaustion; unrefreshing sleep at night.
Shortness of breath without lung or heart affection; sallow complexion; heartburn, dyspepsia, irritative flatulent gastralgia; round ulcer of stomach (local malnutrition); menses irregular, copious or scanty, but clotted; bone-pains; symptoms of spinal irritation; fulgurating pains, with paretic motor and sensory symptoms; albuminuria; tendency to diarrhoea.
MENORRHAGIA CHLOROSIS; deglobulization of the blood (pernicious anaemia); great anxiety, coldness and rapid failure of strength; skin dry, cold and bluish, ecchymoses; or burning nocturnal pains, (>) by external heat; burning under skin as if there were boiling water in the veins; weariness of life with fear of death; frequent fainting; burning thirst for cold water, acids and brandy; cardiac disturbances, even during rest; adynamia with excessive irritability; complete gastro-ataxia.
Laziness and indisposition to work or stir; great general debility, with weariness and a desire to sleep in the afternoon;
shortness of cheeks and hot forehead; painful menstruation, with rush of blood to head female parts are sensitive, can bear neither touch nor the least jar.
Scrofula; disposition to cold and diarrhoea; great weakness or curvature of the spine; vertigo on going up-stairs; disgust for meat; craving for sour and indigestible things; after eating, swelling of the stomach and palpitation of the heart; menses too often, too profuse, or wanting; leucorrhoea; great shortness of breath; great muscular debility; walking wearies and makes the heart palpitate; sitting causes backache and headache, therefore constant inclination to lie down; hands and feet cold and damp; the fingers appear dead. Imaginary fears about her state of health; hystero-epilepsy; tuberculosis.
Chlorosis; at or near puberty constant headaches with ringing in ears, (<) from artificial light, from atmospheric changes, immediately after eating, (>) when digestion is well under way; frequent urination with sensation of weakness; breathing short, difficult; leucorrhoea like albumen; weariness on ascending, (>) by rest; copious night-sweats; neuralgia; schoolgirls who need fresh air exercise more than book-cramming.
Great general weakness, with trembling and perspiration, when moving or sleeping; small, weak pulse, with coldness of body and shivering, headache, nausea and vertigo; eructations, with weak digestion and sense of fulness in stomach and abdomen; desire for wine or beer; excessive flatulency; menses suppressed, scanty, pale an d preceded by leucorrhoea; tendency to dropsical effusions and oedematous swellings; often the result to masturbation, loss of vital fluids, as by haemorrhages from nose, lungs, stomach etc.
On drinking wine, she shudders as if it were vinegar; spasmodic yawning; headache; pain in the chest and back, caused by fixing the eyes steadily upon some object, as when sewing; all pains (<) by external pressure; spells of intermittent fever at 4 P.M., with thirst and coldness of the hands and feet; colic and vomiting of ingesta; afterwards heat and sweat, followed by deep sleep.