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LESSON-5.1
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LESSON-6.2
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LESSON-7.3
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LESSON-15.1
LESSON-15.2
Contraception
The Sex Life of the Gods. Michael Knerr. CHAPTER-1
CHAPTER-2-3
CHAPTER-4
CHAPTER-5-6
CHAPTER-7-8
CHAPTER-9-10
CHAPTER-11-12
CHAPTER-13-14
CHAPTER-15-16
CHAPTER-17-18-19

or the Uterus through the Vagina. It is, in fact, of a catarrhal nature, 

and results from an over-secretion of the mucus fluids which, in proper 

quantity, keep the mucus membrane of the said organs in good condition. 

The discharge manifests in various shades and degrees of consistency. 

From the character of the discharge, physicians are able to determine 

whether it comes from the Vagina or the Uterus. The discharge from the 

Vagina usually is a light creamy fluid; that from the neck of the Uterus 

is a sticky, thick fluid flowing rather freely; that from the lining of 

the Uterus is alkaline, and generally precedes and follows menstruation; 

and that accompanying ulceration of the womb is semi-purulent and 

offensive in odor. 

 

Leucorrhea has many causes, among which may be mentioned the following: 

getting chilled feet or body, particularly during the menstrual period; 

over exertion and overwork standing on one's feet; chills following 

dancing in overheated rooms; excessive worry or emotional strain, etc. 

It is a quite common complaint, and some assert that fully twenty-five 

per cent (perhaps more) of all women suffer from it to at least some 

extent. 

 

The general treatment of Leucorrhea consists of the building up of the 

entire system by the proper hygienic methods. Constipation should be 

removed, and the system is built up by the proper articles of food, 

exercise, etc. The use of the proper douches are also advised by the 

best practitioners. Physicians also treat inflamed areas by local 

treatments consisting of painting the Vagina or neck of the Uterus with 

certain medicinal solutions. Certain suppositories and douches are also 

employed in some cases. It is always better to consult a good physician 

in these cases, particularly where the trouble is aggravated or of long 

standing. 

 

A popular writer on the subject gives the following prescription for a 

vaginal injection: White Fluid Hydrastics, 2 ounces; Borax, 1/2 ounce; 

Distilled Witch Hazel Extract, 1 pint. Use of this preparation ONE 

OUNCE, DILUTED IN A PINT OF LUKEWARM WATER, as a vaginal injection, 

taken twice each day. 

 

A well-known authority gives the following advice concerning treatment 

of Leucorrhea: "One of the simplest things is an alum tampon. You take a 

piece of absorbent cotton, about the size of a fist, spread it out, put 

about a tablespoonful of powdered alum on it, fold it up, tie a string 

around the center, insert it in the vagina as far as it will go, and 

leave it in twenty-four hours. Then pull it gently by the string and 


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