The appendix was taken out and all the pus cleaned up but the appendix was normal. Now the drama starts, next diagnosis (textbook) is STD. I was absolutely convinced that this was not a possibility, which I stated (to their suprise), and refused to take my course of antibiotics. Anyway when I went to visit that evening she was feeling much better with the fluid replacement. Her fever was still very high but she was very bright, loquacious and chatty (Borland). This made me think of Pyrogenium. The next day I came with a 10M of Pyrogenium and she told me her strange dream of the night before. (Was in a hospital but she was so large that she filled it all like a dolls house,and was busy working to fill the rooms with fresh vegetables). The temperature graph was spiking up and down, her pulse while not slow was anything but fast. Rx Pyrogenium 10M.
Within half an hour she had a stool and felt much better after that. The next day the temperature was still a little high, though even, a vaginal discharge had set in and her feet were burning constantly, had to uncover them. Her constitutional remedy has always been Puls though I waited another few days to give it and after that the feet stopped burning immediately the bowels improved further and her energy and depression improved. Went on to a rapid and complete recovery.
They hadn’t taken a swab when they did the operation but the small town GP took a swab of the uterus which turned up a very resistant strain of streptococcus, my son had brought this back from a school camp, in a cut foot, which had the city waste water running into the bay nearby. While we all had got a nasty tonsillitis a month before my wife only had a cut on her leg go septic. It seems that it got into the uterus via the bath water. (John Wilmshurst, New Zealand)
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