Leucorrhoea (whites) is a whitish discharge from the female genitals. It is an abnormal condition of the female reproductive organs. If not treated properly in the initial stages, it may cause great weakness and grave complications. Secretions from the uterus and upper part of the vagina flow down and are reabsorbed in the lower parts of the vagina. This is the normal constant flow within the female organs. The whitish discharge is, however, caused by the presence of infection in any of these tissues and a variety of other factors. Leucorrhoea condition may continue for weeks or months at a time. In addition to the whitish discharge from the vagina, the patient of leucorrhoea feels weak and tired. She also suffers from pain in the lumbar region and the calves and a dragging sensation in the abdomen. It is of such common occurrence that many women and sometimes even small children are subject to it. At first the patient notices a slight discharge of whitish matter , which escapes from the vagina  drop by drop , and is unaccompanied by any unpleasant sensation. If neglected , as is most generally the case in the beginning , the discharge increases in quantity , and in some cases it becomes excessive. The quality , too , is changed, and it becomes greenish, yellowish or of a dark brown, almost black color, and gives rise to pains, excoriation, etc., of the parts. The general health also suffers; the appetite fails; the pulse becomes weak; the face pale and bloated; the eyes become dull and heavy, and are surrounded by yellowish / bluish circles; vision is impaired ; there is constant pain in back and loins; lowness of spirits; excessive debility, etc.
The exciting causes of leucorrhoea are numerous; anything which affects the general health may produce it; sometimes it is owing to the presence of  foreign bodies in the vagina; some of the worst cases of the disease, for instance owe their origin to long continued use of an intra uterine device intended to prevent pregnancy. Such cases can never be cured until the exciting cause is removed. The disease is sometimes owing to inattention to cleanliness. Syringing the parts with lukewarm water is beneficial.
Like all the secretions of Hydrastis it is thick, yellow and tenacious, and is accompanied with great weakness and constipation.
It is very ropy and tenacious, yellowish bland mucus, and exhausts very much, as it is rich in albumen.
When it is profuse and thin white mucus, comes in gushes, and is excoriating. Patients are constantly cold.
Natum muriaticum
When the discharge is copious , and consists of transparent, whitish and thick mucus, or is acrid, with yellow color of the face; also when accompanied by headache , disposition to diarrhoea, with slimy evacuations and colic.
When the leucorrhoea is associated with extreme constipation and weakness of digestion.
Thick, yellowish, green and bland like all Pulsatilla discharges. When the discharge chiefly takes place immediately before, during and after menstruation; when produced by fright, and when occurring in young girls who have not yet menstruated; the discharge being thick, like cream, sometimes corrosive and attended by itching of the parts.
Calcarea phosphorica
In leucorrhoea of little girls. Profuse, milky, purulent, with itching and burning.
It is clear, copious and albuminous, and has an unnatural heat to it. It is acrid and occurs midway between the menstrual periods with swelling of labia.
It is very acrid, irritating and excoriates the parts; it is profuse and watery. Yellowish leucorrhoea with great debility. Micturition painful.
Calcarea carbonica
The leucorrhoea is burning and itching; worse before menses. It is particularly suited to women of a lymphatic constitution, light complexion, and who have copious menstruation which is liable to return too soon; when the discharge is milky, often passes with the urine, and on lifting, and usually comes on, or is worse immediately before menstruation; is often attended by itching and burning; shooting pains through the parts, and falling of the womb. It is also valuable in the corrosive leucorrhoea of young children.
If the discharge is mixed with blood during pregnancy; or is like the water in which meat has been washed, attended by colic and flatulency, and taking place principally before and after menstruation.
Lilium tigrinum
Watery, yellowish, yellowish-brown and excoriating.
In thin, odorless, bland leucorrhoea, due to congestion of the uterus ; it is increased by any cause producing pelvic congestion.
Profuse, yellow leucorrhoea; thick, irritating, causing some itching. Patient is anemic and sallow. Leucorrhoea aggravated by colds or overexertion.
Milky; worse before menses, with bearing down in pelvis. Patient is sallow, suffers from pimples, itching of the skin and headache.
Profuse, bland leucorrhoea, consisting of white or yellow mucus, accompanied with great debility. Patients are weak and have backache.
For inveterate cases of leucorrhoea; the discharge sometimes yellowish, burning and corrosive, and preceded by colic; also when it results from repelled eruptions or ulcers.
Aralia racemosa-Q and Ova tosta3x are useful in leucorrhoea.

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