G. W. SHERBINO, M. D.
Miss S- came here from Southern Taxes. She is about fifteen, light complexioned, her father and mother are high livers eat a good deal of pie and cake, and highly seasoned food; she suffers every month with her menses.
I always find the following symptoms: Pain all though the pelvic region, her stomach is generally disturbed, and there is a good deal of belching with some relief (there is always a tenesmus vesicae, also rectal, with a constant desire to evacuate the bowels, with inability).
A shooting and cutting up the rectum at the same time. They used to call me when the symptoms came on, and I would find Nux. v always indicated. I usually gave it in the cm. (Skinners), and then changed to Fincke, 980 m. It took me a long while to rectify this case, as I believed that the manner of living had something to do with it, but I finally made a complete cure of her.