COMPLAINTS OF PREGNANCY

[ Read before Bureau of Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, I.H.A., 24, 1949]. H.A. NEISWANDER, M.D. H.R. April, 1950.   Perpetuation of the human race is only through pregnancy. From the beginning there has been distress, discomfort and pain, and the annoying symptoms of the child-bearing woman. The story of Creation in Biblical history tells us … Read more

COMPLAINTS OF PREGNANCY

Read before Bureau of Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, I.H.A., June 24 1949. H.A. NEISWANDER, M.D.   Perpetuation of the human race is only through pregnancy. From the beginning there has been distress, discomfort and pain, and the annoying symptoms of the child-bearing woman. The story of Creation in Biblical history tells us that child-birth shall … Read more

ALBUMINURIA IN PREGNANCY

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics, June 17, 1940. R.C. BOWIE, M.D.   Pregnancy is a normal condition and one which every young married woman looks forward to with hope, if she has the correct attitude towards life. We have all seen delicate girls marry and were doubtful about their strength to have children, but … Read more

VOMITING OF PREGNANCY

Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics, July 27, 1939. A. V. GONZALEZ, M.D.   On dealing with disorders of gastric motility, PHYSIOLOGY explains that vomiting is a reflex action having its start on the endings of certain nerves, such as the pneumogastric, trigeminal, glossopharyngeal, etc. It may be provoked by exciting the base … Read more

Homoeopathy and Pregnancy

Read at the monthly Clinical Meeting of the Homoeopathic Post- Graduate Association, Bombay, on 29th March 1940. Dr. J.N. Karande, M.D. (Bom.).   In the practice of obstetrics the medical man is called upon to shoulder the responsibility of the pregnant woman during pregnancy, during labour and after labour. In addition he has to look … Read more

INTRACTABLE VOMITING OF PREGNANCY

┬áBy DR. FORTIER-BERNOVILLE. (Revue Francaise D Homoeopathic. July, 1933).   ON December 12th, 1927, I was urgently asked by Mrs. D. to visit her daughter, who had been pregnant for seven weeks and who suffered from the most terrible attacks of vomiting. I found the patient in bed. She was vomiting unceasingly, had the most … Read more

NAUSEA AND VOMITING OF PREGNANCY

Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Paediatrics, June 9-11, 1932. MARGARET BURGESS-WEBSTER, M.D.   Mrs. C. presented herself for treatment when her first child was two years old. She had never been well since the birth of the baby, having suffered during the entire pregnancy with nausea and vomiting, being able to retain … Read more

TOXAEMIAS OF PREGNANCY-A STUDY

By Dr.Guy Beckley STEARNS, New YORK CITY. (Read at the June, 1922, Meeting of the International Hahnemannian Association.).   Mrs. W., aet. 36,a frail-looking, medium-complexioned, sallow woman,who had one child was desired. Her own history was that of a robust though croup childhood during which, before reaching the age of eight, she had had measles, … Read more