Is so called from its appearance, which, though at first it is generally milky, sometimes changes to green, yellow or even brown, shows itself in an irregular discharge from the uterus and vagina. It is often attended with severe pain in the back and loins, weakness, loss of appetite, dejection of spirits, paleness and chilliness, and sometimes by difficult respiration, palpitations, faintings, and swelling of the lower extremities.

Treatment

Full courses of medicine should be administered twice a week, and the composition and pills No. 1 intermediately, with injection "per vaginam" of a strong tea of witch hazel, and the female restorative three times a day, until a cure is effected.