leucorrhoea


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leucorrhoea

(ˌluːkəˈriːə) or

leukorrhea

n
(Pathology) pathol a white or yellowish discharge of mucous material from the vagina, often an indication of infection
ˌleucorˈrhoeal, ˌleukorˈrheal adj
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Amaranthus has antiallergic, anticancer, antihypertensive and antioxidant properties (Conforti et al, 2005; Castelano-Sousa & Amaya-Farfan, 2012) and protects against several disorders such as bleeding tendencies, brain stroke, celiac disease, defective vision, diabetes, digestion disorder, functional sterility, haemorrhage, heart diseases, HIV/AIDS, hypertension, kwashiorkor, leucorrhoea, liver disease, marasmus, premature ageing, recurrent colds, respiratory infections, retarded growth, skin diseases, TB and wound healing (Thompson, 2001).
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Leucorrhoea is a condition where women suffer from non-stop discharge of white thick fluid in vagina.
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Aerial parts Used for acute and chronic cystitis, albuminuria, catarrh of the bladder, renal suppression, leucorrhoea, and amenorrhoea.
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