Prolapsus Uteri Falling Of The Womb

Sources: A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication

Take the B D current, of good medium force, and give general tonic

treatment (see page 95), on alternate days, ten minutes, passing

briefly over the several parts. After this, treat five to eight minutes

with uterine electrode, in the manner prescribed for menorrhagia. Then

close the sitting by removing the uterine instrument, substituting the

sponge-cup as P. P., and treating with it externally, about five

minutes, over the pelvic region, while N. P. is stationed on the spine,

at the first or second dorsal vertebra.

On the intervening days, treat only with the uterine electrode, as

above prescribed.