Leocorrhea Treatment

About Leucorrhea

Leucorrhea is commonly known as white discharge. It is a female disease of the genital tract, in which a white discharge is seen from the vagina. Even its Sanskrit name, shwetapradara, is made up of two words – shweta which means ‘white’ and pradara which means ‘discharge’.

Definition of Leucorrhea (Shwetapradara)

Leucorrhea is simply defined as a whitish discharge from the female vaginal tract. The discharge could be a smooth flow, or it could be sticky and lumpy. In most women, the nature of the discharge changes as their age advances or if they travel a lot.
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The following are the situations when shwetapradara needs to be treated:-

The discharge is very profuse and is difficult to stop even with sanitary pads.
The discharge is not pure white, but is Grey-white, yellow or green, brown or rusty in color.
There is an itching sensation in the vagina following the discharge.

Causes of Leucorrhea (Shwetapradara)

There are a variety of reasons due to which leucorrhea can occur in women. The following are some of the well-known causes:-
(i) Fungal infection – A fungus, much like the yeast, can cause infection of the vaginal tract, leading to leucorrhea. When the woman is infected by a fungus, then the discharge is in thick and white accompanied by an itching sensation. This kind of discharge is called as a vaginal thrush.
(ii) Sexually transmitted diseases – Some sexually transmitted diseases can cause leucorrhea in women. The most popular of such sexually transmitted diseases is trichomoniasis. Such discharges are greenish or yellow.
(iii) Unhygienic toilet habits – Sharing toilet articles, especially in public toilets, can cause an infection of the vagina, resulting into leucorrhea. This is also observed by personal forgetfulness such as forgetting to remove a tampon or diaphragm. Women who rely a lot on vaginal medications are often victims of leucorrhea.
(iv) Cervical problems – Two kinds of problems with the cervix, the cervical erosion and the cervical polyp, can cause leucorrhea. Such leucorrhea is generally more profuse following sexual intercourse. The discharge is brown and resembles congealed blood.
(v) Pelvic inflammatory disease – Problems with the pelvis, such as the pelvic inflammatory disease can cause leucorrhea. The pelvis can get inflamed due to an infection.
(vi) Disease conditions – Women who suffer from diseases such as tuberculosis or anemia may have heavy discharges from their vaginas. This is observed more commonly in women who have poor resistance to diseases and live on a frugal diet.
(vii) Stress and tensions – At least some part of leucorrhea might be psychosomatic. Women who live under severe stress and worries develop leucorrhea.

Types of Leucorrhea (Shwetapradara)

The different types of leucorrhea are classified on the basis of the colors of their discharges and their causes. The following table summarizes these types of leucorrhea:-
Darker in color than usual, mostly yellow, green or brown
White, but profuse in quantity
Discharge is accompanied by an itchy sensation or a pain in the lower abdomen.
Leucorrhea is quite a commonplace problem i. Treatment done in time checks the problem within a couple of days.
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Transmission of Leucorrhea (Shwetapradara) ?

Leucorrhea that is transmitted by the yeast-like fungus is very easily transferable from one woman to another. This could happen when the clothes of an infected woman come in contact with the clothes of a healthy woman. For this reason, it is very important to clean the innerwear yourself and with a good quality detergent which has bactericidal and fungicidal properties.

Leucorrhea can also be the outcome of unsafe sexual contact. A man with unclean genitals can infect the genitals of the woman, thus causing leucorrhea in her.

Prevention of Leucorrhea (Shwetapradara)

There are many precautions that a woman must take in order to prevent leucorrhea. Some of these important guidelines are as follows:-

1-Genital hygiene is of utmost importance. Wash your genitals during every bath. Run water freely over the folds of the vulva and the anus. After the bath, pat dry the regions with a clean towel of your own. Do not let moisture retain in the genital or anal area after the bath.

2-Drink plenty of water which helps in flushing out the toxins from the body.
3-Be very particular about how you clean the anal area after defecation.
4-If your clothes get wet in the rain, immediately change them. This includes your lingerie and underwear.
Nylon is not a good material, especially in the summer season, as it retains sweat in the genital area. Cotton is an ideal material for panties.
5-Make doubly sure that your partner is free from any kind of infection if you are planning to have sexual intercourse with him. Both you and your partner must wash your genital areas before and after the act. You can make this a part of the sexual play and increase titillation.
6-Do not unnecessarily use any cosmetics like powders or perfumes in the genital area.
7-Do stress busting exercises regularly. Go on a walk or jog early morning.

Diet for Preventing Leucorrhea (Shwetapradara)

Leucorrhea can be prevented by streamlining the diet. Streamlining means removing some harmful foods and adding some which are beneficial. Since leucorrhea is a kapha dosha disease, the diet must be streamlined in order to balance the kapha dosha.

The following is an ideal diet for a woman suffering from leucorrhea:-

Sugar must be avoided if there is profuse discharge. This also applies to all sugary foods such as sweets, pastries, custards, ice-creams and puddings.
Mushrooms must be avoided as they are fungi themselves. Some mushrooms can cause contamination.
Hot and spicy foods make things more complicated for the agni, i.e. the digestive fire of the body. Hence they must be minimized in the diet.
Alcohol must be totally avoided.
Instead, fresh curds must become an integral part of the diet. Curds help the easy digestion of food. Curds contain lactic acid, which can reduce the discharge. Also, curds have a cooling effect on the human body.

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