Leucorrhoea, a disorder where a thick, sticky discharge emerges from the vagina, is a very prevalent issue among young women.

Leucorrhoea is a defence mechanism that occurs naturally. It lubricates the vaginal tissues, maintaining their elasticity.

It is not an illness per se, but rather a sign of certain conditions including diabetes, anemia, or certain bacterial infections.


  • Poor dietary practices and lifestyle choices.
  • Consuming too many rich, creamy, chilly, sweet, and heavy meals.
  • Excessive cheese, yogurt, milk, and butter consumption.
  • Contagious diseases.
  • Fatigue, emaciation, and general weakness.
  • Poor cleanliness in the vagina.
  • Disturbances in hormones.
  • Overindulgent sexual behaviour.
  • Recurrent terminations.


  • Fatigue and weakness; 
  • Thick, yellowish-white vaginal discharge.
  • Pain in the thigh or low back
  • Headache
  • Constipation

Some effective home remedies for Leucorrhoea

  1. Use water to clean your vagina twice or three times a day to keep it clean. Or wash with alum and water. Later, pat dry using your personal towels.

  1. Consume ripe, black bananas on a daily basis or create a shake with banana milk, turmeric, and water. Use this DIY treatment for at least a week. This aids in the efficient management of the leucorrhoea issue.

  1. Boil three teaspoons of methi in one litre of water for twenty to thirty minutes, then strain and use the liquid for a vaginal cleanse.

  1. Regular application of a decoction made from tender guava leaves and banyan tree bark is thought to provide several health benefits.

  1. For best effects, soak three to four lady fingers in a large glass of water overnight, then drink the water first thing in the morning.

  1. Let one teaspoonful of coriander seeds steep for a whole night in a cup of water. The following morning, sip it and consume the seeds.

  1. Boil three tablespoons of rice in three cups of water to make tandulodaka, or rice water. After straining, drink it every day.