Monday, April 26, 2010

Leucorrhoea Causes Risk Factors

Leucorrhoea Causes

(1) Leucorrhoea does not develop suddenly in an acute form. It denotes a devitalized and toxic condition of the system generally.
The condition also involves one or many parts of the reproductive organs.

(2) Whenever the body is loaded with toxins due to wrong dietary habits and the eliminative organs such as skin, bowels, lungs, and kidneys are unable to eliminate the toxins, the body produces a profuse discharge or elimination through the mucous membrane of the uterus and vagina in the form of leucorrhoea.In the case of advanced, chronic inflammatory conditions of these organs, it leads to discharge with pus, offensive in odour and color varying from cream to yellow or light green.

(3) In young girls, leucorrhoea may occur during the few years before and after the start of the menstrual flow. It may be due to an irritation of the genital organs caused by various factors such as dirt, soiled under garments, intestinal worms and excessive mental stimulation of masturbation. Some excess secretion is normal when the girl reaches puberty, due to over activity in her organs. This usually disappears within a short time.

(4) In your women, leucorrhoea may occur during intermenstrual periods, due to thickening of the mucous membrane in the reproductive organs. Such a discharge is associated with painful menstruation and other menstrual disorders.

(5) In mature women, a profuse yellowish discharge, associated with burning on urination, may because by gonorrhoea. This is a serious infection which should be treated promptly.

(6) During the child-bearing years, from adolescence to the mid-forties, the infection may sometimes follow the birth of a child due to damage of the cervix during delivery. This is increased by prolonged ill-health, anxiety, neurosis, sedentary occupation and standing for long periods. If not treated properly, this infection may continue for months or even years and may spread to other areas of the genital tract.

(7) Leucorrhoea may also result from a chill. A chill causes inflammation of the womb and vaginal membranes. Other common causes are the displacement of the womb and unhygienic conditions which attract bacteria to the geniral organs.

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