Wilhelm Karo gives a detail description of the female symptoms of homeopathy remedy Apis Mellifica, in his book Homeopathy in Women’s Disease, published in 1942….

      Especially suitable to bilious and nervous individuals, to widows and to girls who, though generally careful, become awkward and let things fall while handling them.

General Indications.

      Inflammatory oedematous conditions resulting in the formation of exudates. Thirstlessness during fevers, weakness. Sensation of stinging burning, pricking, itching. Swelling of the upper eyelids.

Aggravation in the afternoon, by heat; better by cold.

Special Indications.

      Menstruation premature, painful, with a scant discharge of slimy blood. Before menstruation congestion of blood to the head. Violent labour-like pains in the abdomen. During menstruation yawning and nervous restlessness; faintness. Sharp cutting pains in the womb and ovaries.

Dysmenorrhoea with plunging, stabbing pain in the womb and in the head. Bearing-down pains, with a sensation of weight and heaviness in the abdomen.

Amenorrhoea with cardiac disorders.

Metrorrhagia in abortion from direct congestion of the womb and ovaries.

Profuse, yellow or green leucorrhoea with frequent and painful urination.

Wilhelm Karo
Wilhelm Karo MD, homeopath circa mid-20th century, author of the following books - Homeopathy in Women's Diseases; Diseases of the Male Genital Organs; Urinary and prostatic troubles - enlargement of the prostate; Rheumatism; Selected Help in Diseases of the Respiratory System, Chest, etc; Selected Help in Children's Diseases; Diseases of the skin.