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Pap test showing leucorrhea. Can I use camomille to treat it? Does leucorrhea affect conception?

Hi Doctor. My name is Sara and I am 30. I am not married and have no month before i had a pap-test. I got negative answer of the pap-test, but to the papar i read that i had leucorrea.I not have any problem ,means i dont feel any problem any, burning or itching, or bad smell, but i want to ask u ; is it ok if I use the vaginal pump with camomille to trat leucorrea! and can Leucorrea be a problem for being preganant in the future! thank u very much .
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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luekorrhea only means that there were inflammatory cells on your cervix. since you have no symptoms and the pap was otherwise normal, this was probably just ur to some minor temporary irritation and inflammation. it does not need to be treated at all. your body not likely has already taken care of it by itself, and it poses no risks to future pregnancy. in fact, using chamomile or any type of douche or wash may only exacerbate the problem. it is best to allow your body to heal naturally . I hope this answers your question, please let me know if you need any more help.
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