Leucorrhoea is an abnormal excessive vaginal discharge often associated with irritation. This is the most common gynaecological problem that brings the women to gynec out patient. The symptom may be associated with cancer phobia. It can be symptom of underlying pelvic pathology.
Aims and objective: The aim of the study is analysis of leucorrhoea. This Study was conducted at Dept. of OBG, mvj medical college and research hospital, Bangalore during the year of 2017.
Material and methods: The study consisted of 100 women of age group of15-55 years with complaint of white discharge. The detailed history examination and its association with other symptoms was recorded in ms exel and analyzed statistically.
Results: The present study revealed that the disease is prevalent throughout life i.e. 15-55 years, but higher prevalence was observed in mid reproductive period i.e. 25-34 years. Regarding the age distribution analysis 20[20%] cases were between the age of 15-24 years, 50[50%] cases were between the age of 25-34 years, 16[16%] cases were between the age of 35-44 years and 14 [14%] were between the age of 45-54 years, in present study 60% had non specific vaginitis, 17%had trichomonosius, 13% monialisis and 10% had bacterial vaginitis.
Conclusion: Leucorrhea is most common gynecological problem of reproductive age group.it can present with local and systemic features. systemic features responds to treatment of white discharge.