Leucorrhoea | Leucorrhoea Symptoms | Treatment
July 10, 2020
Definition of Leucorrhoea
Leucorrhoea is a discharge from the genital tract. The usual physiological discharge from the vagina is the normal state of a woman, they are usually transparent and have no pungent odour. But when the release becomes abundant, change colour, smell, concentration, then we can talk about the disease of the urogenital system of a woman.
It is sometimes complicated for an ordinary person to determine whether they are physiological or pathological leucorrhoea; therefore, at the first occurrence of doubt, you should immediately consult a doctor. And if it is still accompanied by itching, burning, then you can not hesitate to handle it.
Its maybe symptoms of endometriosis, neoplasms in the uterus – fibroids, polyps, tumours, inflammation – vaginitis, vulvitis, bartholinitis and other hidden genital infections, endocrine diseases, etc.
If you take the colour of the whites, then according to it, an experienced doctor can determine what disease caused their appearance in the patient. So, for example, leucorrhoea with blood can indicate the possibility of cervical cancer. Therefore, the allocation is not just discomfort and inconvenience, it is a symptom of the disease and a reason to see a doctor. Only an experienced doctor can accurately diagnose the condition and immediately begin to treat it.
Itching, accompanied by pain in the external genitalia and vagina;
copious cheesy discharge of white colour;
discomfort during intercourse and urination;
cramping when urinating;
pain during intercourse.
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