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Definition : It is also known as the ‘white’ or ‘Shveta Pradar’, due to discharge of white fluid from the Vagina. The vaginal flow is foul smelling, viscid (tenacious) and thick that stiffens the linen. This is a serious disease which, if allowed to prolong and not treated, may cause other problems.

Cause of Leucorrhoea
Leucorrhoea denotes a generally devitalised and toxic condition of the system, caused by wrong feeding habits whenever the body is loaded with toxins and the eliminative organs such as the skin, bowels, lungs, and kidneys are unable eliminate them, The body in women establishes profuse discharge or elimination through the mucous membrane of the uterus and vagina in the form of leucorrhoea. In young women, leucorrhoea may occur during inter menstrual period due to the thickening of the mucous membrane in the reproductive organs. During the child - bearing years from adolescence to the mild forties, infection may sometimes follow the birth of a child due to damage of the cervix during delivery of the body

Symptoms of leucorrhoea
The patient feels weak, run down, has pain in the back and calves, loss of vital fluids, itching pruritis on and around vulva, thighs and thigh joints. In matured ladies inflammation of uterus (following childbirth) or its displacement or some venereal disease (especially gonorrhoea) may also trigger and hasten lucorrhoeal flow. In young females, thread worms may cause onset of this disorder.

Following are some of the symptoms:
 1 Itching around vagina and the genitals maybe the main symptoms.
2 Frequent head pains and constipation
3 Irritability
4 Dragging sensation in abdomen
5 Pain in lumber region
6 Dullness of skin and dark circles under eyes.
7 Off- white or yellowish vaginal discharge
8 Weakness and fatigue
9 Painful menstruation
10 Vertigo
11 Offensive odorous discharge from vagina


Homeopathy Treatment : By opting homeopathy treatment, females can get rid of leucorrhoea