De morbis fœmineis, The womans counsellour: or, The feminine physitian, enlarged. Modestly treating of such…
De morbis fœmineis, The womans counsellour: or, The feminine physitian, enlarged. Modestly treating of such occult accidents, and secret diseases, as are incident to that sex, which their too much modesty, too often to their sorrow, causes them to conceal from others: for remedy whereof, here they are taught to be their own helpers; especially in these particulars, of barrenness and abortion; of natural, and unnatural births: of the suppression of the terms, the immoderate flux thereof, and other infirmities. With a brief appendix, touching the kinds, causes, and cures of dropsies, and tympanies of all sorts: as also a supplement touching agues and feavers, usefully applicable to both sexes. Whereunto is addded, [sic] The mans counsellour, healing of ruptures, and particular diseases belonging to men. The third edition. By R. Turner. philomath⁻es.
London : printed for John Streater, and are to be sold by the book-sellers in London, 1659.
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