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White Discharge

Gynaecological Problems

Gynecological problems refer to health issues that specifically affect the female reproductive system. There are numerous gynecological problems that women may experience throughout their lives. Some common examples include menstrual disorders, such as conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, uterine fibroids, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), and ovarian cysts, among others.

These problems can cause various symptoms such as pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, discomfort during sexual intercourse, and reproductive difficulties. It’s important to remember that gynecological problems can vary in severity and may require different treatments depending on the specific condition.

Menstrual problems are health issues that affect the menstrual cycle in individuals who menstruate. Some common menstrual problems include irregular periods, heavy or prolonged bleeding, painful periods (also known as dysmenorrhea), and absence of menstruation (amenorrhea). These issues can be caused by various factors such as hormonal imbalances, stress, certain medical conditions, or lifestyle factors.

Many times, Bleeding occurs in Ladies beyond their normal cycle. and this irregularity in bleeding could be of any of following pattern :-

  1. Heavy menstrual bleeding
  2. Bleeding that contains many clots or large clots
  3. Bleeding that lasts more than seven days
  4. Bleeding that occurs less than 21 days from the last cycle
  5. Spotting
  6. Bleeding between periods
  7. Breast tenderness
  8. Bloating
  9. Pelvic pain or pressure

Vaginal White Discharge

Vaginal white discharge is a normal and common occurrence in women. The discharge, also known as leukorrhea, is produced by the cervix and vagina and helps maintain the cleanliness of the reproductive organs. The consistency, color, and amount of vaginal discharge can vary throughout the menstrual cycle, and it is influenced by hormonal changes.

Typically, the discharge is clear or milky white, and its texture may range from thin and watery to thick and sticky. It is often more noticeable during certain times in the menstrual cycle, such as ovulation, when the body produces more mucus to facilitate the movement of sperm.

However, changes in the color, consistency, or odor of vaginal discharge can sometimes indicate an infection or other underlying health issues. If the discharge becomes yellow, green, gray, has a foul odor, or is accompanied by itching, irritation, or discomfort, it’s essential to consult a healthcare professional. These symptoms could be indicative of conditions such as bacterial vaginosis, yeast infections, or sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and they may require medical attention and appropriate treatment.

To treat this vaginal itching try these simple Ayurveda remedies.

  1. Mix Camphor (Kapoor) in Coconut oil and use to clean vagina.
  2. The herbal medicines at Ayulife also help in this problem.
Consult our Doctors for Proper Remedy.

Healthy vaginas produce vaginal discharge or fluid. This is completely normal but when these fluids change, it can signal a problem. What does normal discharge look like? It is has the following characteristics:

  • Odorless
  • Clear, white, or slightly yellow
  • Stretchable during ovulation

First, it’s important to know that all vaginas secrete fluids. Glands in your vagina and cervix produce small amounts of fluid that flow out of your body every day. These fluids lubricate the vagina.

Vaginal discharge normally varies throughout the month. A healthy vagina continually secretes fluids that lubricate the vagina and vulva. Normal vaginal discharge helps clean the vagina by removing old cells. It’s these mucus-like secretions that keep it healthy. The fluids can be clear or milky looking and should not have a strong odor.Sometimes, you may notice a fluid that is thin and stringy such as during ovulation.
One of the many functions of your vagina is to provide a route to your uterus and reproductive system. The fluids in your vagina also help to create a naturally acidic environment. The pH of your vagina helps prevent infections. It also helps to promote a good balance of bacteria or flora.

Un-Healthy Vaginas discharge Fluid.


Differences in your vaginal fluids could mean you have an infection or other health condition. If you suddenly have much more vaginal fluid than you normally do, it may be a sign of a problem.

Color is also important. Bright yellow or green discharge could be a concern. Thick, clumped, or chunky discharge (like cottage cheese) or extra watery discharge can also mean something is amiss.

Some other signs of infection include:

  • Itching, discomfort, or rash
  • Burning when you urinate
  • Blood when it’s not time for your period
  • A foul odor

If you notice changes like these, talk to our doctors at Ayulife for consultation and Treatment. 

Vaginal Discharge


Basti is often administered in two stages: an oil stage and a decoction stage. In the first stage, five ounces of warm sesame oil is introduced into the rectum and retained for ten minutes.

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