Clinical. Prolapsus of the uterus, with bearing-down pains, especially when there is sharp pain extending from uterus to breasts; sometimes aggravated by lying down, with aching in the sacrum; also with leucorrhoea, green or bloody, or with unusual sexual excitement. Chronic inflammation and induration of the uterus, with a feeling of soreness on sitting down. Sensation of prolapsus so great that the patient must keep legs tightly crossed or relieve it. Chronic soreness over he right ovary, extending up into the right chest. With the uterine symptoms, sensation of heavy pressure on the rectum, hemorrhoids, etc.