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LUCORRHEA, VAGINAL DISCHARGE

Homeopathic Remedies for LUCORRHEA, VAGINAL DISCHARGE




  • Calcarea carbonica. [Calc]  
  • Pulsatilla [Puls]
  • Sepia.  
  • Kreasote. [Kreos]  
  • Borax [Bor]
  • Graphites.


#Alumina. [Alum]   

Leucorrhoea in chlorotic girls which is transparent or of yellow mucus, which is very profuse and ropy, and greatly exhausting, as it is very rich in albumen. It occurs chiefly in the daytime; the great profuseness is its characteristic. It is apt to be acrid. Causticum. Leucorrhoea occurring chiefly at night.

#Mercurius. [Merc]   
Acrid excoriating leucorrhoea smarting and burning, swelling of external genital organs. Purulent greenish yellow leucorrhoea worse at night; heat, tenderness and pain involving nabothian glands, form good indication for Mercurius. Scrofulous and syphilitic subjects with yellow and thick leucorrhoea also indicate the remedy.

#Belladonna   

corresponds to recent or acute attacks of leucorrhoea dependent upon pelvic inflammation and congestion; oftentimes bearing down in pelvis. Thin, odorless, bland leucorrhoea. Sensitive cervix and bearing down pains. Stannum. Profuse bland leucorrhoea, yellowish, with great debility, backache; patients are weakened and sallow.

#Arsenicum. [Ars]   

Leucorrohoea from exhausting diseases; cancer, etc. It is best suited to weak persons, old women, especially the chronic form with much weakness; the discharge is acrid, corrosive and yellow. Dictamnus was one of Hahnemann's remedies for leucorrhoea. It is of tenacious mucus, attended with painful erosions of the pudendum and itching of the anus. Secale. Brownish and offensive leucorrhoea, with metrorrhagia, especially in thin scrawny women who suffer from excessive menstruation and prolapsus.
 Local Treatment
If the discharge is acrid and too, copious douche of normal saline water is beneficial, otherwise, nothing is advised to apply. In some cases, Hydrastis lotion is recommended.
Homeopathic management of leucorrhea

Calcarea carbonica: –   indicated by its general symptoms, prominent complaint of this remedy is morning affections, these are morning hunger, acidity of the stomach, cold and damp feet. It corresponds especially to scrofulous person with enlarged cervical glands.   The leucorrhoea is profuse, milky, persistent or yellow and accompanied by itching and burning . It suits leucorrhoea in infants and young girls often recurring before puberty, leucorrhoea before menses or in recurring attacks between the menses.

Sulphur   is another remedy suitable to scrofulous subjects; it has a leucorrhoea which makes the parts sore. It is rather indicated by the general than local symptoms.

Caulophyllum   has leucorrhoea in little girls which is very profuse and weakness the child very much.
Calcaria phosphoric   are a fine remedy in the scrofulous diathesis; it has a profuse milky bland leucorrhoea.

Pulsatilla   produces and cures a milky leucorrhoea which becomes watery, acrid and burning from being retained in the vagina. mucous, thick, creamy

Hydrastis   suits a tenacious, thick, ropy leucorrhoea with erosion of the cervix; a mucous leucorrhoea which is profuse and debilitating corresponds to Hydrastis.

Sepia   Cures a leucorrhoea which is of yellowish green color, somewhat offensive and often excoriating, due to pelvic congestion of a passive type,   milky, worse before menses   with bearing down; there are pains in the abdomen and pruritis. .

Kali Bich   has a yellow, ropy, stringy leucorrhoea. It is suitable to fat, light haired persons.



Kreosote   – few medicines have the same power in leucorrhoea as Kreosote. It cures a profuse watery, sometimes a yellowish leucorrhoea. The acridity is marked; it causes excoriation of the parts which come in contact with it, causes soreness and smarting and red spots and itching on the vulva, always with great debility; leucorrhoea preceding menses. It is so acrid that it causes the pudenda and things to swell and itch.

Nitric acid - Highly recommended in corrosive leucorrhoea; it being one of our best remedies, and one too often neglected. In fact, all of our remedies are prone to be neglected in leucorrhoea, and their place taken by far less efficient local application. Nitric acid suits a greenish, fetid, obstinate leucorrhoea; the presence of fig warts and condylomata will further indicate the remedy.  
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