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The medical, surgical and hygienic treatment of diseases of women


The medical, surgical and hygienic treatment of diseases of women

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    Edwin Moses Hale
Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III. CAUSES AND TBEATMENT. I. Constitutional on Prbdisponent. Chlorosis.—In actual chlorotic conditions conception rarely occurs. If, with the chlorosis, amenorrhcea is present, fecundation is still more difficult. Treatment.—Fernun phos. is the preparation most valuable in this condition. Phosphoric acid is sometimes more useful than any iron preparation, especially when the chlorosis is due to mental causes. China, if from loss of fluids, or from latent malaria. Galcis Itypophosphis is an excellent remedy in many cases. Nux, Ignatia, and Strychnia are remedies which powerfully stimulate the trophic nerves and thus aftect the processes of sanguification. Pidsatilla, Helonias, Cuprum, Manganese, and Aletris are all useful in their sphere. Scrofula.—Scrofulous women are oftener fruitful than otherwise. There are cases, however, where the diathesis is well marked, and the ovaries or uterus become the seat of its local manifestations with resulting sterility, Treatment.—A careful study of Hahnemaim's Chronic Diseases is essential to the proper selection of remedies for ecrofulosis. Among the most important are Ars., Calc., Hepar sul., Iodine, Cist us, Graph , Kali hyd., Ferr. iod., Merc. iod., Oleum je.coris, Phytolacca, Stillingia, and Sulphur. Syphilis.—This malady is doubtless a frequent cause of sterility. Whitehead narrates a case of " sterility of fifteen years," caused by secondary syphilis. Treatment.—Syphilis in all its stages and manifestations is readily controlled by a few specific remedies, namely, Mercury com., Merc, iod., Kali hyd., Phytolacca, Stillingia. For many years I have rarely used any other remedy than the lodohydrargyrate of potassa, mentioned in the New Remedies, 4th edition, p. 695, vol. ii. Abortion and Sterility, p. 354...  
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