Thanks for the query,Leukorrhea
, can be physiological as well as pthological.
In physiological cases nothing much can be done.
However in pathological, we must find out the cause.
It can be infective cause.
Get a culture and sensitivity of the discharge done.
This will be helpful in finding out exact cause.
Please meet a dermatologist/ gynaecologist for exact diagnosis.
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