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Itaque non multo plus hodie, qum septem menses hic commorati sumus.
Parturitio aliquando decem vel duodecim annos post ultimos menses evenit.
In his Tabula ad situandos et concordandos menses cum signis in dorso astrolabii in Atti della soc.
But many times the menses proceed from some violence done to nature, or some morbific matter, which often proves fatal.
If it arises from suppression of the menses, look in Chapter XI, p. 102, for the cure.
The menses are suppressed, the appetite becomes depraved, the breasts swell and the stomach becomes inflated and hard.
Overflowing of the menses is another accident incidental to child-bed women.
When it exists there is generally a small orifice through it, by which the menses escape at each monthly period.
In the three other cases painful menses developed during the nervous exhaustion.
DEGENERACYEUGENE S. TALBOT
The menses are suppressed, the matrix becomes softer, swells, and appears inflamed.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY, VOLUME III (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC, COMTE DE BUFFON

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