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Leukorrhea in pregnancy: Foods to eat

Leukorrhea can be treated with a variety of over-the-counter and prescription medications and it can also be treated at home with some easy home remedies. However, when you're pregnant, you should be extremely cautious before attempting any home cures.

Here are foods that help you manage leukorrhea

1 Fenugreek seeds

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Fenugreek is a food that helps to regulate and maintain the natural pH of the body and the vaginal area. It also affects estrogen levels in the body and improves immunity. You are advised to soak one teaspoon of fenugreek seeds in water overnight and drain the water the next morning and drink by adding half a spoon of honey.

2 Cranberries

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Cranberries are known to have antiseptic and antibacterial qualities which makes them beneficial to patients suffering from urinary tract infections.

3 Banana

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Bananas are not only good for digestion, but they also help with vaginal discharge. You are advised to control leukorrhea by eating a couple of small, overripe bananas every day.

4 Figs

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Figs have a strong laxative impact on the body and can also aid with vaginal discharge. You should soak a couple of dried figs overnight in a cup of water then blend the soaked figs and drink the mixture.

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