Leucorrhoea is a medical term that used to describe the discharge of whitish substance, from female genitals. The disease might continue for weeks or months. However, one needs to treat it properly in the initial stages only, lest it becomes chronic.
Thick, viscid and foul smelling, the discharge is mainly experienced during puberty, when the sexual organs of a female are developing. This white discharge is generally caused by the presence of infection in any of the vaginal tissues.
In the following lines, we have provided more information on the various causes and symptoms of leucorrhoea.