Miscarriage


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


Aconite [Acon]

Impending abortion from anger or fright; fear that something terrible will happen to her; dizzy on rising from a recumbent position, afraid to turn over, to move or to leave the bed.

Aletris [Alet]

Habitual tendency to abortion in feeble persons of lax fibre and anaemic condition, even after haemorrhage has set in; weight in uterine region, tendency to prolapsus uteri; general weakness of mind and body; weak from long sickness or defective nutrition.

Ambra [Ambr]

Threatening abortion, with tendency to convulsions, in excitable women.

Apis-mell [Apis]

Stinging pains in one or the other ovarian region, more and more frequent, all labor- pains are produced, sometimes flowing and finally abortus; urine scanty; no thirst; prolonged and difficult constipation; miscarriage in third and fourth month; with profuse flow.

Arnica [Arn]

Abortus in consequence of a shock, injury, particularly if she commences to flow, with or without pain, or to have pains without flowing; a bruised feeling all over, so that it hurts her to move; where the period of quickening has passed the motion of foetus hurts her.

Asarum [Asar]

Threatened abortion from excessive sensibility of all the nerves; from even imagining something unpleasant might happen to her, a disagreeable sensation is felt, momentarily arresting all her thoughts and functions.

Aurum-natro-chloricum [Aur-m-n]

HABITUAL ABORTUS AT THE SAME MONTH of pregnancy depending most frequently on induration of some part of uterus.

Belladonna [Bell]

Violent aching and tensive pains through whole body, with sensation of constriction and tension; pains and discharge come suddenly and cease as suddenly; pressing towards vulva, as if all internal organs would be pushed out; pain in back as if broken; more or less discharge of blood which feels very hot in passing out; cerebral congestion and moaning, which gives her temporary relief; from least jar.

Bryonia [Bry]

Discharge of dark-red blood; pain in back worse by motion; burning pains in uterus; pain all over, limbs and all, mouth dry, nausea on sitting up, desire to keep still.

Calcarea-carb [Calc]

Leucophlegmasia; disposition to haemorrhages; cold and damp feet, vertigo; disposition to leucorrhoea, painful nipples, tendency of blood to head, colic, pain in loins; varices of sexual organs.

Camphora [Camph]

During epidemic influenza; disposition to catarrhs; pale, loose, cold skin.

Cannabis-sat [Cann-s]

Threatening abortion, caused by gonorrhoea or on account of too frequent sexual intercourse.

Carbo-veg [Carb-v]

Menses too pale and scanty, or too copious and premature, with varicose condition of sexual organs; frequent headache, abdominal spasms.

Caulophyllum [Caul]

Severe pains in back and loins; threatening abortion, with great want of uterine tonicity; uterine contractions tormenting, irregular, feeble and attended with only slight loss of blood, menstrual irregularities after miscarriage. Habitual abortion from DEBILITY WITH PASSIVE HAEMORRHAGE.

Cedron [Cedr]

Tendency to miscarriage, when it repeats itself at the same epoch with nearly clocklike regularity.

Chamomilla [Cham]

Threatening abortion from anger; labor-pains begin at back and pass off down inner side of thighs, with great nervous excitement and with more or less discharge of dark, offensive blood and frequent urination; great agony and restlessness; heaviness of abdomen; yawning, chills and shuddering.

China [Chin]

Sensation of distention of the abdomen, as if it were packed full; discharge of flatus, upward and downward, without relief; haemorrhage and its sequelae; the membranes of an early ovum remain for weeks, keeping up a constant haemorrhage.

Cimicifuga [Cimic]

Habitual abortion in women of rheumatic tendencies; cold chills and pricking sensation in the mammae; PAINS FLY ACROSS THE ABDOMEN FROM SIDE TO SIDE; especially from right to left (Lycopodium), and seem to double the patient up; subinvolution; abortion following fright; convulsions with the labor-pains.

Cinnamomum [Cinnam]

After a false step or a strain in loins profuse flow of bright- red blood.

Cocculus [Cocc]

Much bilious vomiting; paralytic pain in the back, rendering lower extremities nearly useless.

Colocynthis [Coloc]

Suppression of lochia after abortus, from vexation and anger; head hot, face dark-red, tongue yellow, epigastrium and abdomen tender to touch.

Conium [Con]

Vertigo on turning over when lying down; the flow of urine intermits; induration of cervix.

Crocus [Croc]

 

Flooding increased by the least movement, the discharge partly bright, partly composed of black strings; as fast as the blood flows from vulva it forms clots or stringy masses; third month, offensive-smelling uterine haemorrhage, which, by its long continuance, causes nervous erethism and excited circulation.

Crot. [Crot-h]

Miscarriage during course of a septic or zymotic disease or from other blood-poisoning; blood dark, fluid, offensive.

Digitalis [Dig]

Distressing nausea and vomiting in the incipiency of abortion, accompanied by deathly faint, sinking sensation at pit of stomach, surface of body cold and often covered with cold sweat; flow of blood from vagina.

Dulcamara [Dulc]

Threatened miscarriage induced by exposure in a damp, cold place, as in a milk- house or cellar.

Erigeron [Erig]

Abortus, haemorrhage, diarrhoea and dysuria.

Ferrum [Ferr]

Atony of sexual organs, great tendency to abortus, excessive nervous erethism and flowing; pains accompanied with a fiery-red face, she feels very weak and is pale.

Gelsemium [Gels]

Threatened abortus from sudden depressing emotions; pains run UPWARD AND BACKWARD, quite distressing and of a sharp character; loss of will-power over the muscles; confused feeling in head affecting mind; nervous chills.

Gossypium [Goss]

Foetus came away, leaving PLACENTA IN UTERUS AND OS TIGHTLY CLOSED; miscarriage in weakly women.

Hamamelis [Ham]

Much soreness in abdomen; passive flooding.

Helonias [Helon]

Threatened abortion from atonic conditions, especially in habitual abortion; slightest overexertion or irritating emotion tends to cause loss of foetus; useful for many of the sequelae of miscarriage.

Hyoscyamus [Hyos]

Delirious, clonic and tonic spasms, rigidity of the limbs; unconsciousness or at least loss of sight and hearing; discharge of bright-red blood, with labor-like pains.

Ipecacuanha [Ip]

Continual nausea, without a moments relief;cutting pains about umbilicus, going from left to right, passing off into the uterus; CONTINUED, STEADY, PROFUSE FLOW OF BRIGHT-RED BLOOD; spasms without consciousness.

Kali-carb [Kali-c]

Abortus during second or third month; weak back, labor-pains commence in back and pass from lumbar region down to buttocks and thighs, they feel more like stitches; backache when walking, must lie or sit down; stitches in renal region, constipation; stools large and passed with difficulty.

Kreosotum [Kreos]

Metrorrhagia threatening abortus, third month, blood black, lumpy, sometimes offensive; hard lumps on neck of uterus.

Lycopodium [Lyc]

Abdomen in constant state of fermentation, with pains shooting from right to left across the abdomen; severe pain in back before passing water, with almost entire relief as soon a urine flows; motion of child excessive and tumultuous; feeling of dryness in vagina; weeping, sadness, fainting; leucorrhoea, itching about vulva.

Mercurius [Merc]

Haemorrhage, with swelling of the external organs of generation and inguinal glands, excrescences on os uteri; deep ulcers with ragged edges; EXPELS MOLES.

Millefolium [Mill]

UTERINE HAEMORRHAGES AFTER GREAT EXERTION; excessive flow, light-colored and fluid, painless drainings from uterus, no pains in joints.

Nux-moschata [Nux-m]

CONTINUED AND OBSTINATE FLOODING in hysterical women, disposed to fainting spells; they feel chilly and catch cold easily; mouth and throat very dry, tongue sticks to the roof of the mouth.

Nux-vomica [Nux-v]

Every pain produces a desire to defaecate and to urinate; frequent desire to urinate, with burning and scalding when urinating; constipation, has large difficult stools or small and frequent ones, with pain in ano; irritable, dreads being moved, pains across uterus.

Opium [Op]

Abortus after fright, spasmodic labor-pains, especially in latter part of pregnancy; insomnia with very acute hearing; constipation.

Platina [Plat]

Discharge of a quantity of thick, black blood; tremulous sensation extending from vulva into abdomen; mons veneris and vulva feel cold and sensitive to touch.

Phosphorus [Phos]

Pulsating, burning, pain in vertex, (<) on forehead, nausea and vomiting; from morning till noon.

Plumbum [Plb]

TENDENCY TO ABORTION FROM NON-DEVELOPMENT OF UTERUS; the foetus grows, but the muscular fibres of the uterus do not develop in proportion, hence the uterus is no longer able to accommodate the growing foetus and abortion ensues; pain drawing from abdomen to backbone, as if the abdomen were drawn upward by a string.

Pulsatilla [Puls]

Discharge arrested for a little while, then returns with redoubled violence; this CESSATION AND RENEWAL ARE OFTEN REPEATED; cannot bear a close or warm room and wants fresh air; she passes black blood with labor-pains.

Rhus-tox [Rhus-t]

The patient had a strain or wrench, or she slipped and strained to save herself; pains worse latter part of night, must move often to find relief; cramp in calves; metrorrhagia.

Ruta [Ruta]

MISCARRIAGE OF DEAD CHILDREN AT ABOUT SEVENTH MONTH, followed by a long and slow recovery; corrosive leucorrhoea.

Sabina [Sabin]

Abortion during third month, pain commencing in small of back and going around and through pubes; drawing aching pains from sacrum to pubes; bright-red, clotted flow of blood, (<) with every motion, followed by a flow of dark-red clotted blood.

Secale-cor [Sec]

Threatened abortion, more especially about the third month with copious flow of black, liquid blood; after abortus difficult contraction of uterus with thin, black, foul-smelling discharge, tingling all over body, (>) by having the limbs rubbed; SHE HOLDS HER FINGERS SPREAD ASUNDER, which bothers her more than even the haemorrhage; wan, sunken countenance, filiform pulse, fear of death.

Sepia [Sep]

Miscarriage from fifth to seventh month; fulness and pressure of blood to head and chest; feeling of heaviness in abdomen and sense of weight in anus like a heavy ball, piles; flushes of heat, with faintness and momentary attacks of blindness, especially in a warm or close room, MOTIONS OF FOETUS ARE HARDLY TO BE FELT; painful sensation of emptiness in pit of stomach; induration of os and cervix (Aurum, Conium); constipation.

Silicea [Sil]

Spinal affections, constipation or difficult defaecation, as if the rectum had not power enough to expel the faeces; PROMOTES EXPULSION OF MOLES; pressing down feeling in vagina, parts tender to touch.

Stramonium [Stram]

Threatening abortion with UNCEASING LOQUACITY, she talks, prays, sings, constantly uttering something in this line; many hallucinations.

Sulphur [Sulph]

 

Promotes expulsion of moles or blighted conceptions and CURES THE PREDISPOSITION TO ABORT in future pregnancies.

Trillium [Tril]

Profuse flooding, bright-red, when sacro-iliac synchondroses feel as failing apart, wants to be bound tightly; third month.

Ustilago-mayd [Ust]

Passive haemorrhage from retention of secundines after miscarriage, the blood coming away in lumps; FLOODING FOR DAYS AND WEEKS; uterus enlarged, cervix tumefied or dilated; bearing- down, as if everything would come through.

Veratrum-alb [Verat]

Abortion threatened; pains with cold sweat, nausea, vomiting; exhausting diarrhoea.

Viburnum-op [Vib]

Threatened miscarriage, pains begin in back, come around either side of the hypogastrium and culminate in intense squeezing, cramping and bearing down, going down into the thighs; FREQUENT AND VERY EARLY MISCARRIAGES, SO THAT THE OVUM IS EXPELLED AT EVERY MENSTRUAL PERIOD, thus causing sterility.

Viburnum-prun [Vib-p]

Uterine pains during gestation with strong bearing down, thus threatening to rupture the membranes and produce miscarriage.

Zincum [Zinc]

Fidgetiness and restlessness of feet and legs attend abortion.

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.