In our opinion, criteria for choosing medical therapy are mainly related to the absence of ascites, a moderate increase of Ca125, clinical and laboratory signs of infection such as pain, fever, leucorrhoea
, CRP, and white blood cells.
The common presenting complaint was white discharge per vaginum (leucorrhoea
) in 376 (20.8%) followed by abdominal pain in 312 (17.3%) patients.
A yellow brown leucorrhoea
may be noticed between the menses and the patient may have a history of emotional instability.
###thrice a day with water for the treatment of all types of leucorrhoea
Kudu laos jamu is believed to be good for hypertension and for improving blood circulation; Jamu pahitan relieves the itching caused by allergies, parasitic infections and diabetes mellitus; Jamu cabe puyang is good for muscle stiffness and fatigue; whilejamu sinom refreshes and cools the body; Jamu beras kencur improves the appetite and relieves fatigue; Jamu kunci suruh is helpful in cases of leucorrhoea
or excessive vaginal discharge, and jamu uyup-uyup stimulates lactation.
: To cure leucorrhoea
, take half table spoon of bitter gourd juice twice a day regularly for a month or two.
Traditionally people used the roots for the treatment of tuberculosis, leprosy, laxative, aphrodisiac, skin disease, antipyretic and leaves in malaria, gonorrhea, eczema, opthalmia, and leucorrhoea
Locally and internally excellent results are obtained from Hydrastis in leucorrhoea
, both vaginal and uterine.
The tiny mineral stones on the garment claim to provide multiple benefits, including fat-burning, body-firming, waist-shrinking, clearing of leucorrhoea
, preventing haemorrhoids and relieving constipation.
For this reason, the people in this area are highly susceptible to Tuberculosis Women suffer from anemia and other gynaecological diseases like leucorrhoea
, primarily because they lack the time to maintain their personal hygiene and to take rest adequately during their menstrual cycle and pregnancy.
Recently, however, I found out about a disorder that could be mistaken for thrush, known as Leucorrhoea
. Is it possible I could have this and, if so, are there any homeopathic remedies?
(1) Curtis AH: On the etiology and bacteriology of leucorrhoea
. Surg Gynecol Obstet 1914; 18:299-306