Indicated in affections of the pelvic viscera of (unmarried) women (as displacements) and in reflex symptoms caused by them; useful in cardiac disturbances associated with pelvic diseases of women.
Profound mental depression, with a restlessness which makes her move about constantly in an aimless, nervous, hurried manner.
Wild, crazy feeling in the head; on the top of the head.
Heart feels as though grasped in a vise; as though pressed between two hard, flat substances; waves of distress at the heart, as if it would burst; suffocating feeling about the heart; rapid action of the heart.
Weak feeling in the pelvis, as though uterus and ovaries were being dragged down, relieved by upward pressure and support.
Menses early, dark, offensive, scanty; flowing freely only while moving about.
Great sexual desire, which she seeks to control by keeping ?on the go.?
Acrid, thin leucorrhoea.
Pain through the groin, shooting down the leg.
Constant pressure in the rectum, as though she must do to stool at once.
Worse from expressions of sympathy.
Better in the open air.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)