by H. C. Allen
Wake Robin (Smilaceae)
Trillium Pendulum Haemorrhage: copious, both active and passive, usually bright red; from nose, lungs, kidneys and uterus ( Ipecac., Millefolium ).
Tendency to putrescence of fluids.
Epistaxis; profuse, passive, bright red.
Bleeding from cavity after extraction of a tooth ( Hamamelis, Kreosotum ).
Menses: profuse, every two weeks, lasting a week or longer ( Calcarea p. ); after over-exertion or too long a ride.
Flooding, with fainting.
Trillium Pendulum Menorrhagia: flow, profuse, gushing, bright red; at least movement ( Sabina ); from displaced uterus; at the climacteric; every two weeks, dark, clotted ( Thlas., Ustilago ).
Trillium Pendulum Haemoptysis: incipient phthisis, with bloody sputa; in advanced stages with copious, purulent expectoration and troublesome cough.
Sensation as if hips and small of back were falling to pieces; as if sacro-iliac synchondroses were falling apart, wants to be bound tightly; as if bones of pelvis were broken ( Aesculus ); with haemorrhage.
Profuse uterine haemorrhage t climacteric; flow every two weeks; pale, faint, dim sight, palpitation, obstruction and noises in ears ( Ferrum ); painful sinking at pit of stomach.
Trillium Pendulum Relations. – Complementary: to Calcarea phosphorica, in menstrual and haemorrhagic affections.
Compare: Cinchona, Belladonna, Kali carb., Millefolium, Lachesis, Sepia, Sulphur, Thlas., Ustilago