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The Vagina





Category: Obstetrics or Midwifery

When there is a profuse discharge of leucorrhea, a daily
vaginal douche is necessary. This should consist of a quart of warm
solution (as much as the water will dissolve) of boric acid, or an equal
amount of mild carbolic acid (one to eighty). The temperature of the
solution should be about 100 degrees F., and it should be injected slowly,
and without any force to the stream.

It is also best to remain in the recumbent position for some time after
the injection, to rest.





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