Treat Leukorrhea Naturally

Leukorrhea is the medical term used to describe vaginal discharge from a number of conditions such as vaginitis, cervicitis, poor eating habits, hormonal imbalances, poor hygiene, genital wounds, infections, constipation, anemia and even pregnancy, stress and anxiety. The vaginal flora balance is very delicate so actions like douching, infections or courses of antibiotics can throw it out of balance and lead to problems like leukorrhea. Because the balance is so fragile even young girls can suffer from leukorrhea as their bodies begin to adjust to menstruation. In older girls it is often caused by the thicken of mucus in the middle of the menstruation cycle when pregnancy is most likely to occur.

Make sure you have a doctor check the cause of leukorrhea. Because many diseases can also cause unpleasant discharge it is important to check and make sure that you are completely healthy. Diseases such as gonorrhea and PID can cause serious complications if they are not treated.

How can I prevent Leukorrhea?

  • Avoid using too many feminine hygiene products too often. It disrupts the natural flora of the vagina.
  • Always wipe front to back after a bowel movement.
  • Make sure you properly use contraception such as condoms.
  • Abstain from sexual activity while treating any sort of gynecological issue.
  • Practice proper hygiene.
  • Eat a balanced diet.
  • Avoid douching.
  • Wash undergarments daily and let them dry in the sun.
  • Avoid wearing tight, dirty or synthetic undergarments.
  • Avoid oily foods.
  • Avoid coffee and alcohol.
  • Increase your fluid intake.

What are the symptoms of Leukorrhea?

  • Dark, bloody, yellow or white discharge
  • Foul or sour smelling discharge
  • Thick, watery or frothy discharge that is also sticky
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Pain after intercourse
  • Discharge spots on underwear
  • Lower back and abdominal pain
  • Leg pain
  • Frequent urination
  • Pain or burning during urination
  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Irritability
  • Lack of concentration
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Gas
  • Headaches
  • Dark circles under the eyes
  • Vaginal itching
  • Vaginal inflammation

How do I cure Leukorrhea?

  • Fenugreek seeds help to promote gynecological health.
  • Dried coriander can be taken as a supplement to help remove toxins.
  • Eat an over-ripe banana. It helps to reduce the symptoms of constipation and fatigue.
  • Exercise regularly to help reduce stress that may be contributing to an imbalance in the natural flora.
  • Apply a paste made from mango pulp to the vaginal area.
  • Drink some cranberry juice. It’s excellent in helping to fight off bacteria.
  • Cook with extra garlic and turmeric. They are both anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial and will help fight off the infection.
  • Gently wash the vagina with a mixture of water and lemon juice.
  • Drink some rice water with a little sugar.
  • Make a vaginal wash of apple cider vinegar and water. It will help cleanse the area and remove any odor.
  • Indian gooseberry supplements are excellent at boosting the immune system and fighting infection.
  • Okra helps to remove mucus from the system. Eat daily until the condition improves.
  • Rinse the vaginal area daily with a wash of Indian lilac or neem. If that doesn’t help try making a paste from ground leaves and apply that twice daily.
  • Drink some pomegranate juice.
  • Grind up some pomegranate rind and add one tablespoon to some water and use as a wash.
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