Report of a Case of Intermenstrual Dysmenorrhœa

  title={Report of a Case of Intermenstrual Dysmenorrhœa},
  author={Anne Mercer Watson},
to cry at every little worry, and was so irritable she hardly liked to be with her own children. She has been married for twelve years, and has three children?all alive, the youngest tet. 5. She has had no miscarriages. Her first two labours were difficult, and she says she was " badly torn " in consequence. The history of intermenstrual pain dates from shortly after the birth of the last child, at the same time that her general health began to be affected. Menstruation is always regular and… CONTINUE READING

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