British Medical Journal

1872 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Morning temperature, o0r.8, pulse I26 ; evening temperature, 99.2, pulse 120. September 13th. She was quite sensible. The bowels were still confined ; the tongue was much cleaner. Morning temperature, 99.2, pulse ii6 ; evening temperature, 99.2, pulse io8. September i4th. Morning temperature, 98.4, pulse 112; evening temperature, ioo, pulse 124. She continued sensible. She had slept well during the last night. Her bowels not having acted since the gth, she was given an enema of a pint of tepid
more » ... of a pint of tepid water. This produced five evacuations during the day. The first two, full of hard dark lumps, passed with difficulty and pain; the next two, small and loose, passed with less difficulty; the fifth, more abundant, full of hard lumps, caused great pain. September 15th. She was much better. Morning temperature 98.6, evening 99; tongue almost clean. September 17th. The catamenia appeared.
doi:10.1136/bmj.2.624.656 fatcat:jdlfrwqt6ncexnt4iwxo2jbrqm