Leucorrhoea During Pregnancy (1)

Leucorrhoea during pregnancy (1)

Leucorrhoea during pregnancy

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Leucorrhoea During Pregnancy (1)

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Leucorrhoea during pregnancy
Leucorrhoea (fluor albus) is a vaginal secretion in women. Leucorrhoea can be considered as a normal case when it appears at a certain time (physiological) but it is also considered as an abnormal (pathological) vaginal discharge. Physiological leucorrhoea usually occurs every month before the menstrual period and after menstruation (during the fertile period), while pathological vaginal discharge occurs outside the menstrual period and it is caused by fungal infections, viruses, bacteria or parasites. This case is usually accompanied by itching in the vaginal area.

All women experience vaginal discharge. Leucorrhoea is normal as long as it looks clean, or looks yellowish if it dries. Maybe it is accompanied by white spots, runny and filamentous. Any changes to normal vaginal discharge can be caused by several things such as menstruation, emotional pressure, lack of nutrition, pregnancy, the use of drugs including using the birth control pills.

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