Caulophyllum thalictroides: Fits of lower abdominal spasms.
Chamomilla: Oversensitive state.
Cimicifuga: Sudden flashlike, shooting pains in the lower abdominal region.
Cuprum aceticum: Severe dysmenorrhoea.
Magnesium phosphoricum: Dysmenorrhoea ameliorated by natural discharges such as onset of menses.
Viburnum opulus: Lower abdominal spasm extending in the thighs. Irregular menses.
In severe pain and in labour pains: frequent administration of 10 drops in some water every ¼ to ½ hour or as prescribed by the physician
As improvement sets in give 10-15 drops every 1-2 hours or as prescribed by the physician
In dysmenorrhoea give 10-15 drops in some water 2-3 times a day over longer periods or as prescribed by the physician
In menorrhagia and metrorrhagia: R28
If spasms radiate to the entire abdomen: additionally R3
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