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A case of Rigid os. I found the os uteri somewhat dilated, with the edge hard as stout copper wire, and great muscular rigidity of the

I found the os uteri somewhat dilated, with the edge hard as stout copper wire, and great muscular rigidity of the

I found the os uteri somewhat dilated, with the edge hard as stout copper wire, and great muscular rigidity of the perineum. The uterine action was strong, but irregular. I gave her REMEDY X , in half a wineglass of tepid water. In about ten minutes the uterus began to yield, and the resistance of the perineum subsided. Previous to this she was in an intensely nerv- ous state, calling aloud for her husband, and declaring she should die. The skin hot and

The skin hot and dry ; lips parched ; and a haggard, wild look of the «ye. I, however, cheered her with the assurance that ” all was right,” and that she would speedily be relieved from her suffering. In two hours from this time she was delivered naturally of a fine, full-grown boy. Now I do not hesitate to state that without the Remedy X, in all probability the child would not have been born until ten or twelve hours afterward.

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