Leucorrhoea is a medical term that used to describe the discharge of whitish substance, from female genitals. Thick, viscid and foul smelling, the discharge is mainly experienced during puberty, when the sexual organs of a female are developing. This white discharge is generally caused by the presence of infection in any of the vaginal tissues.
Causes Of Leucorrhoea
Trichomonal vaginitis, Monilial vaginitis, Cervicitis, Improper lifestyle, Hormonal turbulence, Unhygienic surroundings, Improper eating habits, Wounds produced by itching, Infection, Indigestion, Constipation, Anemia.
Whitish discharge from the vagina, Weakness, Lethargy, Pain in the lumbar region and the calves, Dragging sensation in the abdomen, Constipation, Frequent headaches, Intense itching in genital path, Irritability, Black patches under the eyes, Digestive disturbances, Spots on undergarments, Foul smell from the genitals.