leukorrhea


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discharge of white mucous material from the vagina

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She was educated on self-care and was instructed to phone the office with leukorrhea, vaginal bleeding, or pain.
In terms of symptoms, patients in the leukorrhea group were most likely to complain about odor and discharge (the DIV patients had the second highest number of complaints about discharge, with 75% reporting this symptom), and those in the candidiasis group complained the most about itching and burning symptoms.
The differential diagnoses for vaginal discharge include vaginal foreign bodies, physiologic leukorrhea, yeast vaginitis, bacterial vaginosis, and sexually transmitted infections (Beach, 1998).
Headache and leukorrhea are reported in up to 7% of users.
Several months before, glands in the vagina make a clear or white, watery-to-thick liquid called physiologic leukorrhea (fis-ee-oh-LOJ-ik luke-oh-REE-uh).
Scabies, eczema, skin disorders, abscess (bark), leukorrhea, dysentery, urinary problems (fruit), toothache, jaundice (bark) (Tripura tribe).
Other ailments treated included respiratory tract infections like coughs, mucus, and asthma (5 plants), infections (4 plants), pain (4 plants), cuts and wounds (4 plants), skin disorders (3 plants), helminthiasis (2 plants), insanity (2 plants), jaundice, conjunctivitis, paralysis, fractures, kidney stones, elephantiasis, gonorrhea, menstrual problems, frequent hiccups, leukorrhea, and rheumatism (1 plant each).
All had a history of mild-to-moderate pelvic discomfort for 30 days or less, uterine or adnexal tenderness, and leukorrhea, mucopurulent cervicitis, or untreated gonococcal or chlamydial cervicitis.
All had a history of mild to moderate pelvic discomfort for 30 days or less, uterine or adnexal tenderness, and leukorrhea, mucopurulent cervicitis, or untreated gonococcal or chlamydial cervicitis.
portulacoides has been employed for the treatment of leukorrhea (Siqueira, 1987).
Music Metal Thursday CCXLII: Leukorrhea, Lower The Casket, Child Bite, 9 p.
Leukorrhea is the flow of a whitish, yellowish or greenish discharge from the vagina of women and which could be normal or due to infections in the vagina or reproductive tract of women.
Cryotherapy is an acceptable alternative, but the 4 to 8 weeks of leukorrhea and the lack of a tissue diagnosis often make it a less desirable option for patient and physician.