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Or the womb may bend on itself. —The life of a woman may be devided [sic] into five periods. Eur J Heart Fail 11: 299—303 [] [] []• com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

William Paine, A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Medicine and Pathology, Diseases of Women and Children, and Medical Surgery Philadelphia: University Publishing Society, 1866859-860. Treatment When Due to Cold.

Gooch on Some of the Most Important Diseases Peculiar to Women, with Other Papers. Prefatory Essay by R. Ferguson : Robert Gooch : 9781230381152

When a pregnant woman feels pains in the lower part of the abdomen, soon followed by the discharge of blood, or a sudden discharge of blood followed by pain, she has in all probability a threatened miscarriage.

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—Nausea followed by vomiting adds to the severity of the attack. Green or canned corn is of great service. He read all the different authors of character who had written on the 'subject, and noted down all those pathognomonic symptoms which they agreed 'were. Occurring during or after delivery, women experienced fever, a rapid pulse, thirst, and radiating pain in the abdomen. For this purpose may be mentioned epsom salts, half to one tablespoonful, preferably taken in the morning on an empty stomach; mercury, in the form of calomel, one-fifth of a grain every hour until about ten doses are taken, then following with a bottle of citrate of magnesia; castor oil, half to one tablespoonful, or twenty grains of powdered rhubarb at An account of some of the most important diseases peculiar to women.

Midwifery case notes offer a considerable source of evidence, which, when used with care and imagination, help to tackle these questions. " Most recovered from pleurisy. Support for the development of physical fitness programmes that improve cardiovascular function, adapted to female needs Chambers of doctors• Clearly such closets as a civilized Christian people—a people living in the twentieth century are not degraded in using; closets that are decent, comfortable and accessible; closets that invite rather than repel those in which an operation of the bowels is not tantamount to being buffeted by satan for a season.

The same may be said of candy, the immoderate use of which among girls and women corresponds to alcoholic beverages and tobacco in men.