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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This gives rise to a great number of herbal cures, principally for poor circulation, rheumatism, colds, flu's, anorexia, frigidity, colitis, diarrhea, intestinal infections, leucorrhoea, debility and nervous exhaustion.
Heart diseases, eye diseases, constipation, leucorrhoea and skin diseases.
This plant showed hepatoprotective, cardioprotective, leucorrhoea, dysentery, dysmenorrhoea, hemoptysis, hypertension, anti-ulcer, antihelmintic, antiasthematic, hypolipidemic and hypoglycemic properties [10-16].
Conversely, other STDs are not as well known, such as leucorrhoea (14% women and 9% men) and trichomoniasis (12% women and 8% men).
regium plants are used in popular medicine to treat female reproductive system infections, intestinal inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcers, leucorrhoea, cancer and gastritis (TRESVENZOL et al., 2006; SOUZA & FELFILLI, 2006; MOREIRA & GUARIM-NETO, 2009; SOLON et al., 2009; MELO et al., 2011; BATISTA et al., 2014).
Her recurrent complaints were of gynecological origin, such as alterations in menstrual flow, leucorrhoea and vaginal pruritus, in addition to complaints related to intermittent joint pain.
Only 31.5% (47/149) of those samples NG positives were obtained in symptomatic women (women presenting at least one of the following genital symptoms: leucorrhoea, pelvic pain/dyspareunia, pruritus, menorrhagia, metrorrhagia, or dysuria).
During gynecological examination, we found leucorrhoea after the introduction of the speculum.
Colposcopy was done for leucorrhoea in 132 women, comprising 60%.
chinensis has been widely used as a traditional medicine to treat various ailments such as arthritis, leucorrhoea, inflammation, fever, as an astringent, and amenorrhea [1].
It is also used in some clinical conditions like fractures, ulcers, urethrorrhoea, spermatorrhoea, leucorrhoea, diabetes, anaemia, cardiac disorders, cough, tumour, excessive perspiration, fatigue, asthma, bronchitis, intrinsic haemorrhage, otalgia, diarrhoea associated with blood, cirrhosis of liver, hypertension, inflammation and skin disorders (Warrier et al.