Tenderness of the left ovary, with pain and swelling. A distress referred to the mouth of the uterus. Yellow, offensive leucorrhoea. Menstruation free, bright, not coagulated.
Clinical. Uterine hemorrhage, bright, thin, with soft, spongy uterus, pain extending to the knees; with tenderness of left ovary. Ovarian neuralgia, left. Membranous dysmenorrhoea. Pain shooting down the legs. Persistent uterine hemorrhage, with oozing of dark blood in clots. Pain in the left mammary region between periods, with ovarian congestion and burning pains.