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PUERPERAL FEVER

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Kali mur
This remedy alone may suffice for this disease, or, in alternation with Ferrum phos., for the exudation.

Kali phos
Puerperal mania or fever, when illusions, absurd notions, or violent madness set in. Specific remedy.

Natrum mur
A useful intercurrent remedy in puerperal convulsions.

CLINICAL CASES
Case of puerperal fever. Chill, followed by fever. Suppression of the lochia, milk and urine. Hilarious delirium, profuse critical diaphoresis without thirst or much coated tongue, bowels confined and extensive tympanites over abdominal parieties. Ferrum phos." hourly a dose. In ten hours all uraemiform symptoms had subsided; patient cheerful and comfortable. Lochia and milk secretion returned, and urine had been voided freely. A good recovery followed. (F. A. Rockwith, M. D., American Journal Homeopathic Materia Medica, 1875.)



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