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Vaginal discharge: Leukorrhea is not a disease. It is excess vaginal discharge. Most often, it is a symptom of high estrogen (physiologic) such as pregnancy. It could also be from an inflammatory condition of vagina or cervix. In cases where it is yellow/green or malodorous, you would need to see a doctor since it could be a sign of several disease processes, such as a common bacterial infection or an STI. ...Read more
I've had leukorrhea since this time last year, have taken medicines to treat it, but nothing. Is it possible that it has damaged my reprofuctive organs?
Leukorrhea: Leukorrhea is a diagnosis of exclusion - meaning that infections causes of vaginal discharge should be excluded first. If an infection is found it should be treated. If all causes have been excluded the Leukorrhea can just be a normal finding. Nuvaring is a great method to alter vaginal secretions. Mirena (levonorgestrel) and Skyla IUDs can be used to alter the balance of Estrogen and Progesterone ...Read more
Maybe if there was a: Little old blood mixed in. Leukorrhea is normal vaginal discharge (d/c). D/c is composed of cellular debris, vaginal secretions ; bacteria ; is stimulated by ^ vaginal blood flow ; ^ estrogen. D/c ^ is seen w ovulation (clear/stretchy), clear/watery or white d/c both occur during menstrual cycle.; pregnancy (white/ milky). It can be thin or thick ; white to yellowish. Leukorrhea usually doesn't. ...Read more
I'm auffering from leukorrhea. Sometimes there is an inflammation. Does it has something with thinking?
Absolutely NOT: I do not know what you are trying to say/ Did I understand you correctly. Is leucorrhea associated with THINKING??? . Please rephrase your question. ...Read more
Take a test: The easiest way to find out if you are pregnant is to check a home pregnancy test. Pick one up at the store and get an answer quick. I would not think this type of discharge would be related to pregnancy. After checking your pregnancy test see your doctor for testing for the discharge. ...Read more
22w3d pregnant. There are days when I have lots of leukorrhea and some days I barely have any. Is that normal? Today nothing yesterday lots when wiped
M having leukorrhea desease from past 10 years, got married before 4 months, could I be possibly pregnant?
I am suffering from leukorrhea since 2 years. I want to get rid of it. Kindly help me. Sometimes there is an inflammation also.
Leukorrhea: Is sometimes normal but it usually is due to non infectious processes and usually hormonal speak with your OB/GYN for further treatment ...Read more
I'm suffering from Leukorrhea from 4 years and I'm virgin... what precautions should I follow? And what treatments should I do?
None: Except normal hygiene, it is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
May be: If the discharge does not have bad smell and if you don't have any itching and bad odor, you don't need to worry. ...Read more
Vaginal discharge: Dr has made a definitional mistake, leukorrea does not occur on urine. Urinary leukocytes (white blood cells) may indicate urinary tract problem such as kidney or bladder infection, damage to any part of urinary tract, foreign body includind kidney & bladder stones or catheter, urinary retention, intestinal bladder augmentation causes mucus in urine often with attatched leukocytes like leukorrhea. ...Read more
In the setting of an ectopic pregnancy, patients will present with:
1. A missed period
2. Daily spotting
3. Pain on the right or left
4. A history of prior std or ectopic
many women present with no risk factors, so this should always be suspected in the setting of any of the symptoms above. ...Read more
Hormonal effect: I would tend to see this as a completely different problem that the ectopic pregnancy itself, and should be the least of your worries. If you have been identified as having an ectopic, you should be receiving treatment now. Once the ectopic has been addressed, if the leukorrhea does not resolve, then this needs further evaluation as well. ...Read more
Quality First: A semen analysis evaluates several important aspects of the sperm seen in the ejaculation. The most important are volume of ejaculate, concentration of sperm, % moving, % moving mostly straight, and the appearance of the sperm. Other factors include round cells in the semen (pus cells), which means inflammation. This can impair fertility by clumping the sperm. Antibiotics and a do a recheck ...Read more
Is it possible that implantation bleeding (9dpo) come after whitish discharge or leukorrhea (7dpo)?
Possible? Yes, but..: A positive pregnancy test can tell a woman that prior spotting was actually implantation spotting. It can be hard to tell if a woman is pregnant because some of the symptoms seen in early pregnancy can also happen in non-pregnant women. A urine pregnancy test gives a reliable result about 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. ...Read more
I don't have a UTI as far as I know I was just worried because I constantly have excess leukorrhea. Is a bacteria culture on the urine worth doing?
My wife's ovaries are swollen to thrice the natural size as scan shows! Please tell me the reason nd cure for the same. Also suffering from leukorrhea?
Sonogram report: It is important after a radiologic test is done that you meet with the doctor who can interpret the results for you in the proper clinical context. Without reviewing the report and the patient history we will not be able to tell you the answer. Her vaginal discharge can be evaluated during that visit as well ...Read more
I have leukorrhea most of the time of the month...I have good hygeine...I am unmarried so no stds. Its a flowy fluid that form white streaks on drying?
Varies: That can cause increased vaginal discharge, yet not be an sti. Two examples of this would be bacterial vaginosis and cytolytic vaginosis. See a gynecologist who can look at your discharge under the microscope and send a swab away for further diagnosis. For more info www. Askyourgynecologist. Org. ...Read more
It won't help: Vaginal discharge (old term "leukorrhea") that is colored (yellow, green, etc) usually is an infection that needs antibiotic treatment. At age 23, most common causes are STDs like gonorrhea, chlamydia, or trichomonas. Other infections also are possible. Amla (Indian gooseberry oil) or honey won't help, might make it worse, and would delay proper Rx, increasing complication risk. See a doctor soon. ...Read more