Causes of Leucorrhoea in women?
Leucorrhoea is a condition that most often affects women during pregnancy. There are many causes of leucorrhoea, but the most common are STIs (sexually transmitted infections). Other causes of leucorrhoea include:
Hereditary factors
Pregnancy-related factors
Liver disease
Inflammatory bowel disease
Medications (including various prescription and over-the-counter drugs)
If you’re having problems with your leucorrhoea, it’s important to see your doctor. There are a few things you can do to help relieve symptoms, including drinking plenty of fluids, taking over-the-counter pain relievers, and taking antibiotics if your doctor recommends them.