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Leucorrhoea is a common and normal condition seen in women. It is the secretion of a transparent fluid or the mucus, which keeps the vagina moist and lubricated, and prevents vaginal infections. Leucorrhoea occurs due to fluctuations in hormonal levels during a woman's adult life from puberty to menopause. Symptoms of leucorrhoea, such as a non-itchy white discharge and a feeling of wetness, are harmless and can be resolved without any complications. Other causes of leucorrhoea include non-sexual as well as sexually transmitted infections. In these cases, symptoms like itching, redness, bad odour, and discomfort or pain might be also be experienced. Such infections need medications as well as other precautionary measures to prevent the transfer of infections or the development of complications. Leucorrhea doesn’t need treatment unless it is excessive or abnormal. 

  1. What is leucorrhea
  2. Leucorrhea symptoms
  3. Leucorrhea causes and risk factors
  4. Prevention of leucorrhea
  5. Diagnosis of leucorrhea
  6. Leucorrhea treatment
  7. Leucorrhea prognosis & complications
  8. Ayurvedic medicine, treatment and remedies for Leucorrhea
  9. Leucorrhoea home remedies
  10. Homeopathic medicine, treatment and remedies for Leucorrhea
  11. Medicines for White Discharge (Leucorrhea)

What is leucorrhea

One-fifth of the global population consists of women in the reproductive age group. In India,  women in this age group constitute 19% of the population according to the 2001 census. Vaginal discharge is a neglected problem in Indian women, especially in those living in rural areas. Infections of the female reproductive tract are a public health concern in several developing countries including India and Bangladesh where the incidence of reproductive tract infections ranges between 52-92%. Even though leucorrhoea is a natural vaginal discharge, it is still considered a disease. Even though leucorrhoea is a symptom in adult women, vaginal discharge can still be seen in young pre-pubertal girls between the ages of 3 to 10 years.

Leucorrhoea means a whitish discharge from the vagina without any underlying medical concern. In clinical practice, all types of excessive discharge, white or yellowish, but not containing blood are termed as leucorrhoea. Normal vaginal fluid varies in colour, amount and consistency depending upon the stage of a woman's menstrual cycle. Leucorrhoea is colourless and odourless, but if the secretion is green or yellow along with redness, itching and emitting a foul smell, it is a sign of a reproductive tract infection (RTI).

Leucorrhea symptoms

Usually, leucorrhoea that is uninfected is a thin, transparent watery discharge. In infections, the amount, thickness and colour of the release are varied. It may also be accompanied by other symptoms such as:

Leucorrhea causes and risk factors


Leucorrhoea occurs as a result of hormonal changes during puberty, menstrual cycle, pregnancy and menopause. It may also be caused by:

  • Use of feminine hygiene products like intimate washes, tampons, pads, and panty liners.
  • Spermicidal jellies and ointments used for contraception. (Read more - How to have safe sex)
  • Injury to the cervix and vagina during sex.
  • Conditions like diabetes and anaemia.

Bacterial and fungal infections that cause leucorrhoea include:

  • Bacterial vaginosis
    Bacterial vaginosis (BV) occurs when the growth of bacteria in the vagina is increased. It is the most prevalent vaginal infection in women between the ages of 15 and 44 years, especially in sexually active women. The balance of good versus bad bacteria residing in the vagina gets altered. Factors like multiple sexual partners, new sexual partner, douching, and contraceptive devices have been linked to an imbalance of vaginal flora. Although BV is not a sexually transmitted infection, the condition is often triggered by sex. There is no research to conclude how sexual partners may contribute to an increased risk of BV, but this infection is rarely seen in women who have never been sexually active. BV is not caused by using toilet seats, beds or swimming pools. Suspicion of BV can occur when the woman complains of white or grey vaginal discharge with a fish-like odour, especially after sex, along with itching in the vaginal area. Untreated BV can increase the risk of developing HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Thrush
    Thrush, also known as candidiasis, is a fungal infection caused by a type of yeast. Candida is a part of the normal body flora and is found in the mouth, throat, gut as well as the vagina without causing any symptoms. It is estimated that almost 20% of the women have had candidal infections without showing any signs. When the environment inside the vagina gets disturbed, the candida begins to multiply and grow. Women who use hormonal pills, pregnant women, those suffering from diabetes, and women with poor immunity have a higher chance of getting a fungal infection. Even the use of antibiotics can cause this disease. Pain and discomfort during urination or sexual intercourse along with a thick white discharge usually are the symptoms of candidiasis. A course of antifungal medicines clears up the infection in most cases, but for recurrent candidal infections, other medications may also be required.
  • Trichomoniasis
    Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the parasite Trichomonas vaginalis. It is a curable disease which is more common in women than men. Trichomonas infections are more likely to occur in older women. The condition spreads via sexual contact from an infected person during intercourse. The most common sites of infection are cervix, vulva, vagina or the urethra. In men, the part of urethra inside the penis is commonly affected. A person's overall health and age are likely the factors as to why some people get infected while others do not. Usually, people are asymptomatic, but complaints can range from mild irritation to severe inflammation within a month of being infected. Women affected with trichomonas often complain of burning, itching and redness of the genital region. They also complain of greenish to yellowish vaginal discharge with a foul fishy smell. An untreated infection can last for years and also increase the risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Chlamydia
    Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease affecting both men and women. The risk of chlamydia is increased with vaginal, anal and even oral sex. Young individuals who are sexually active are at a higher risk. As a safety measure, every sexually active woman above the age of 25 years should be screened for chlamydia infections. If left untreated, it may lead to severe complications in the reproductive tract thereby affecting chances of future conception or pregnancy. It may also cause a condition known as ectopic pregnancy where the foetus grows at places other than the womb. A pregnant woman infected with chlamydia can pass on the infection to the baby at the time of delivery. This could lead to eye or lung infections like pneumonia in the newborn. A pregnant woman should be screened for chlamydia infections in the first antenatal visit itself. 
  • Gonorrhoea
    Gonorrhoea is a common sexually transmitted disease affecting young women, commonly between the ages of 15-24 years. Infection can spread via unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex and can be passed from an infected pregnant woman to her newborn during birth. A gonorrhoea infection should be suspected when the woman complains of vaginal bleeding between periods, painful urination and increased vaginal discharge. Even men complain of swollen testicles along with a white, yellow or green discharge from the penis. People with multiple sexual partners, partners with a current or previous sexually transmitted infection, gays or bisexual males should be regularly tested for gonorrhoea infections every year.
  • Genital herpes
    There are two viruses, namely herpes simplex virus I (HSV-I) and herpes simplex virus II (HSV-II) that cause genital herpes. HSV - I causes oral herpes leading to cold sores (blisters on or around the lips) during, before or after an episode of common cold or fever. Oral HSV-I infection can spread to the genitals during oral sex. There is no risk of disease being spread by using toilets, towels, utensils or swimming pools. Foul smelling vaginal discharge along with sores or blisters is frequently seen in women with genital herpes. There may also be additional symptoms like fever, body ache and enlarged lymph nodes. There is a chance of miscarriage in pregnant women affected with herpes, and the infection can pass during birth to the baby, leading to a potentially fatal condition called neonatal herpes. Hence, it is essential to avoid herpes infections during pregnancy or opt for a C- section (surgical delivery), if advised by the doctor.
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
    If sexually transmitted diseases are left untreated, they can lead to a condition known as the pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Women affected with PID may have difficulty getting pregnant. The disease affects the organs of the female reproductive tract. Along with infections like chlamydia, gonorrhoea which are sexually transmitted, other non-sexually transmitted infections can also lead to PID. Usually, symptoms are mild and unnoticeable but they include pain in the lower abdomen with abnormal and foul discharge from the vagina. There may be bleeding between periods along with burning urination and bleeding after sexual intercourse. Multiple sex partners, history of a PID, use of contraceptive devices also increase the risk of PID. If PID is untreated, there may be a form of scarring in the fallopian tubes which can lead to a blockage. There are also increased chances of infertility, ectopic pregnancy and chronic abdominal pain.
  • Other causes:
    • Cervical cancer.
    • Cervicitis (inflammation of the cervix).
    • Vaginal atrophy (breakdown of the tissue of the vagina after menopause due to ageing and an imbalance of hormones).
    • Rectovaginal fistula (an abnormal opening formed between the vagina and rectum through which stools can enter the vagina).
    • Vaginal cancer.
    • Vaginitis (inflammation of the vagina).
    • Retained tampons during menses.
    • Use of douches, scented sprays.

Risk factors

The risk of leucorrhoea without any pathology depends on many factors like the age of the woman, educational status, family background, number of pregnancies, use of contraceptives and the method of childbirth. The risk of abnormal vaginal discharges is increased in:

  • Sexually active individuals.
  • Multiple sexual partners.
  • Past untreated infections.
  • Unprotected sexual contact.
  • Sexually active women under 25 years.
  • Previous history of sexually transmitted diseases.
  • HIV infection.
  • Weak immunity.
  • Not using condoms often.
  • Use of contraceptive devices.

Prevention of leucorrhea

The best way to prevent leucorrhoea is to maintain thorough personal and menstrual hygiene. Some tips to prevent leucorrhoea are:

  • Women should use sanitary napkins instead of cloth.
  • Avoid excess use of products for feminine hygiene like vaginal washes, sprays, tampons.
  • Abstain from sexual contact until treatment is complete. Use condoms, diaphragms and other barrier methods, and dental dams during intercourse.
  • Ensure that all babies are delivered in a hospital or a primary health care centre with qualified medical and nursing staff and adequate facilities. Proper family planning practices should also be adopted. 

Diagnosis of leucorrhea

The diagnosis of non-pathological leucorrhoea can be made from medical history. However, abnormal vaginal discharge needs to be investigated before a complete diagnosis is made.

Medical history

A complete medical history of the woman is obtained. Details about sexual history, number of sexual partners, and history of previous sexual and non-sexual infections are noted. Use of contraceptive devices and family planning practices will also be noted. Physical examination to check for sores or blisters, redness around the affected area will be performed. If the woman is pregnant, a thorough antenatal checkup will be done.

Laboratory tests

Sexually transmitted infections will be diagnosed with the help of specific laboratory tests. A urine sample or vaginal secretions will be sent for culture and sensitivity tests to look for infections. In some instances, a CD4, CD8 count, ELISA test can be advised to rule out other causes.

Leucorrhea treatment


Leucorrhoea can be treated with a short course of antimicrobial medicines. For abnormal vaginal discharges, the procedure will depend on the type of infection diagnosed. For candida infections, a course of antifungal medications is usually prescribed. Symptoms of BV subside without any treatment. There is no cure available for herpes. Antiviral drugs can shorten outbreaks. Antiviral medicines are also given to minimize the transfer of infection. At present, there is no vaccine available for herpes, although several clinical trials are being conducted.

Herbal remedies like including fenugreek, dried coriander, ripe bananas in your diet can control mild leucorrhoea. Ayurvedic preparations made from “Peepal” tree, Ficus racemosa, and Thespia have also known to help in reducing the discharge.

Lifestyle management

Along with medicinal and herbal remedies, the best way is to practice proper hygiene

  • Avoid wearing synthetic innerwear. Wear cotton or linen panties. Wash with an irritant-free soap. Do not over wash the genital area as it may disrupt the pH balance and cause an overgrowth of the bacteria.
  • Wash in a forward to backward direction after taking a dump to prevent infection of the vagina.
  • Clean the vaginal area after every visit to the washroom.
  • Eat a balanced diet.
  • Drink 10 to 12 glasses of water daily to flush out toxins.
  • Perform light exercises like walking, jogging, yoga, meditation as high impact exercises can cause increased leucorrhoea.
  • Always maintain a monogamous (having only one sexual partner at a time) sexual relationship.
  • Use latex condoms during each sexual activity.

Leucorrhea prognosis & complications


Leucorrhoea is a natural vaginal discharge. However, in moderate to severe cases, the symptoms are relieved promptly with medications, which offer an excellent outcome. If the release is abnormal, the prognosis depends on the cause of the infection. Conditions like bacterial vaginosis have a better prognosis than PID in which there are complications related to fertility and conception.


Leucorrhoea is a physiological process, however, if it is associated with other symptoms like pelvic pain, fever, foul smell from the discharge, itching and redness in the pelvic area, yellow or greenish discharge, it may indicate an underlying medical condition or sexually transmitted disease. If these diseases are left untreated, they may cause worsening, advancement, or development of certain conditions, such as:

  • Chronic abdominal pain.
  • Sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhoea, HIV, herpes among others.
  • Recurrent infections.
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease.

Medicines for White Discharge (Leucorrhea)

Medicines listed below are available for White Discharge (Leucorrhea). Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
SeptigardSeptigard 1%/5% Ointment66.56
AdoxAdox Tablet180.0
BiodoxiBiodoxi 100 Mg Tablet12.0
CodoxCodox 100 Mg Capsule18.0
Codox LCodox L 100 Mg Capsule56.0
CordoxCordox 100 Mg Tablet29.0
DelineDeline 100 Mg Capsule17.0
Detab PlusDetab Plus Tablet46.0
DetabDetab Tablet10.0
DetaxlDetaxl 120 Mg Injection15570.0
DifidoxDifidox 100 Mg Injection399.0
DmtDmt 100 Mg Capsule31.0
Doc DrDoc Dr 100 Mg Tablet49.0
DoxDox 10 Mg Capsule14.0
Doxid (Drakt)Doxid 100 Mg Tablet45.0
DoxificDoxific 100 Mg Injection359.0
DoxikaDoxika 100 Mg Tablet10.0
Dox MDox M 100 Mg Capsule12.0
DoxmoDoxmo 100 Mg Tablet14.0
Doxmo TzDoxmo Tz Tablet42.0
DoxolDoxol Tablet6.0
DoxtDoxt 100 Mg Tablet15.0
Doxy 24Doxy 24 Tablet26.0
DoxyclinDoxyclin 100 Mg Capsule17.0
Doxycycline 100 Mg CapsuleDoxycycline 100 Mg Capsule19.0
DoxydayDoxyday 100 Mg Tablet318.0
DoxylabDoxylab 100 Mg Capsule34.0
DoxylebDoxyleb 100 Mg Capsule15.0
DoxylinDoxylin 100 Mg Capsule13.0
DoxylivDoxyliv 100 Mg Tablet13.0
DoxypalDoxypal 100 Mg Capsule Dr67.0
Doxyrek DrDoxyrek Dr 100 Mg Capsule39.0
Doxy ( A N Pharmacia)Doxy Tablet69.0
Doxytab (Omega)Doxytab Tablet29.0
DoxytinDoxytin Tablet67.0
DoxytopDoxytop 100 Mg Tablet9.0
DoxywellDoxywell 100 Mg Tablet11.0
DuradoxDuradox Capsule13.0
LaaLaa 100 Mg Capsule52.0
LandoxLandox 100 Mg Tablet170.0
LenteclinLenteclin 100 Mg Capsule10.0
Martidox MMartidox M 100 Mg Tablet8.0
NabNab 100 Mg Tablet34.0
Nee (Bennet)Nee 100 Mg Tablet Dt59.0
NovadoxNovadox 100 Mg Tablet6.0
NudoxyNudoxy 100 Mg Capsule10.0
RalidexRalidex 100 Mg Capsule456.0
RapidoxynRapidoxyn 100 Mg Tablet6.0
SeadoxSeadox 100 Mg Tablet8.0
SwidoxSwidox 100 Mg Capsule10.0
TabdoxTabdox 100 Mg Tablet142.0
UltracyclineUltracycline 100 Mg Capsule8.0
WedoxWedox 100 Mg Tablet27.0
Akem TabletAkem Tablet Dt64.0
AndoxAndox Tablet37.0
BidoxBidox 100 Mg Tablet11.0
CadoxyCadoxy 100 Mg Capsule8.0
DcDc 100 Mg Capsule9.0
DocmycinDocmycin 100 Mg Tablet11.0
Dox (Dd Pharma)Dox 75 Mg Capsule57.0
DoxicipDoxicip 100 Mg Capsule10.0
DoxitabDoxitab Tablet35.0
DoxitasDoxitas 100 Mg Tablet17.0
DoxycylineDoxycyline Capsule13.0
DoxygatesDoxygates Tablet37.0
DoxygeeDoxygee 100 Mg Tablet8.0
DoxynDoxyn 100 Mg Tablet16.0
Doxy PlusDoxy Plus 100 Mg Tablet57.0
DoxyricDoxyric 100 Mg Tablet47.0
DoxytabDoxytab 100 Mg Tablet31.0
EffidoxEffidox 100 Mg Capsule28.0
EldoxEldox 100 Mg Capsule29.0
G DoxG Dox Capsule7.0
LytedoxLytedox Tablet24.0
Lytedox LbLytedox Lb Tablet28.0
MinicyclineMinicycline Capsule11.0
MonodoxMonodox Capsule24.0
Mydox SMydox S Tablet53.0
NicodoxyNicodoxy 100 Mg Capsule9.0
Novadox (Radicura)Novadox 100 Mg Tablet98.0
NurodoxNurodox Capsule75.0
OdclinOdclin 100 Mg Capsule29.0
QuidoxQuidox 100 Mg Capsule10.0
R DoxR Dox 100 Mg Tablet34.0
RevidoxRevidox 100 Mg Tablet7.0
Sandox CpSandox Cp 100 Mg Tablet121.0
Sk DoxSk Dox Tablet14.0
SolomycinSolomycin 50 Mg Tablet14.0
TetradoxTetradox 100 Mg Capsule41.0
ZeedoxyZeedoxy Capsule9.0
AristogylAristogyl 200 Mg Tablet4.24
FlagylFlagyl 200 Mg Suspension15.75
MetgylMetgyl 200 Mg Tablet43.75
MetrisMetris 500 Mg Infusion11.9
Metro (Baxter)Metro Infusion13.65
MetrogisMetrogis Infusion14.7
Metro (Glass)Metro 500 Mg Infusion11.25
Metrogyl IvMetrogyl Iv 500 Mg/5 Ml Infusion15.32
MetrokemMetrokem Iv 100 Mg Infusion11.25
MetronMetron 100 Mg Suspension15.2
AcrogylAcrogyl 200 Mg Dry Syrup30.68
AldezolAldezol 200 Mg Tablet14.93
AlemetroAlemetro 500 Mg Infusion13.4
BalgylBalgyl 400 Mg Tablet139.43
Emnac TabletEmnac 400 Mg Tablet40.0
EmnacEmnac Tablet40.0
Lupigyl IvLupigyl Iv 0.50% Infusion16.74
Met (Metoprolol)Met 400 Mg Tablet10.53
MetMet 500 Mg Tablet Sr18.04
Met B3 OdMet B3 Od Capsule137.31
Metro (Makers)Metro 200 Mg Tablet35.0
MetroMetro 400 Mg Tablet63.75
MetrocareMetrocare 500 Mg Infusion12.75
MetrocipMetrocip 500 Mg Infusion10.93
MetrodacMetrodac 500 Mg Infusion10.62
MetrogylMetrogyl 2% Gel52.2
Metronidazole 200 Mg TabletMetronidazole 200 Mg Tablet7.77
Metronidazole 400 Mg TabletMetronidazole 400 Mg Tablet15.51
MetropenMetropen 400 Mg Tablet7.4
NirmetNirmet 500 Mg Infusion11.55
Sprot PSprot P 100 Mg Suspension9.7
UnimegylUnimegyl 200 Mg Tablet5.0
WometroWometro 500 Mg Infusion12.47
DygylDygyl Iv Infusion16.74
MeterkemMeterkem 500 Mg Injection12.48
MetrinadzoleMetrinadzole Infusion16.9
MetronilMetronil 5 Mg/Ml Injection13.12
Nirmet PlusNirmet Plus Infusion25.0
Pd Zole DPd Zole D Infusion24.76
WinodylWinodyl Syrup12.26
TopmetroTopmetro Gel85.0
TropenorTropenor 125 Mg/100 Mg Suspension30.47
Adoxy Lb CapsuleAdoxy Lb Capsule59.0
Doxol LbDoxol Lb Tablet47.16
Doxy 1 Ld R ForteDoxy 1 Ld R Forte Capsule71.75
Microdox LbxMicrodox Lbx Capsule63.5
CodoCodo Capsule Xl56.17
Doxt SlDoxt Sl Capsule63.0
Doxy Plus LbDoxy Plus Lb Tablet52.0
DoxytasDoxytas Tablet10.0
Zedox LbZedox Lb Capsule32.62
Agroflox MAgroflox M 50 Mg/100 Mg Syrup10.37
Bestoflox MBestoflox M 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension42.21
Boxer MBoxer M 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension21.63
Dioflox MDioflox M 50 Mg/100 Mg Syrup22.75
KidogylKidogyl 50 Mg/100 Mg Syrup24.5
Kidogyl DsKidogyl Ds Syrup34.0
Macgyl OMacgyl O 50 Mg/120 Mg Syrup15.0
MetofMetof 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension43.0
Oa MOa M 50 Mg/100 Mg Syrup19.25
O Cebran MO Cebran M 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension21.64
Oflo MOflo M 100 Mg/200 Mg Suspension23.23
Opec MOpec M 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension18.65
O Q MO Q M 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension12.18
Oxflo MnOxflo Mn Suspension11.62
Pegtoline OPegtoline O Suspension53.0
Truflox MTruflox M 50 Mg/100 Mg Syrup31.87
Xintof MXintof M Syrup52.5
Alfox MAlfox M 50 Mg/100 Mg Syrup12.5
Cadi O MCadi O M 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension36.0
DiofDiof 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet50.51
Hanuflox MHanuflox M 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension17.26
Largyl OLargyl O Tablet51.63
New Okaflox MNew Okaflox M Syrup31.5
Noragyl ONoragyl O 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet57.2
Oflact MOflact M 50 Mg/100 Mg Suspension100.0
Oflomac MOflomac M Suspension18.0
Oflomac M ForteOflomac M Forte Syrup23.0
Ofpil MOfpil M 50 Mg/120 Mg Suspension16.62
Owin MOwin M 50 Mg/125 Mg Syrup24.61
Vox MVox M 50 Mg/100 Mg Syrup21.45
Agyl FAgyl F 100 Mg/300 Mg Tablet5.87
Aristogyl FAristogyl F 100 Mg/400 Mg Tablet12.4
Deemet FDeemet F 25 Mg/75 Mg Suspension56.7
Dependal MDependal M 100 Mg/300 Mg Tablet5.17
Dezole Mf (Alde)Dezole Mf 100 Mg/300 Mg Tablet4.81
Dyril PlusDyril Plus 100 Mg/300 Mg Tablet32.87
Entrofuran MEntrofuran M 30 Mg/100 Mg Suspension16.38
Furaktin MFuraktin M 100 Mg/300 Mg Tablet50.0
Genogyl FGenogyl F 30 Mg/100 Mg Syrup11.12
Idometrin FIdometrin F 30 Mg/100 Mg Suspension9.3
Kaltin MfKaltin Mf 30 Mg/100 Mg Syrup21.81
Metroquin FMetroquin F Syrup11.23
Ronifur SRonifur S 75 Mg/200 Mg Suspension65.75
Entromax FEntromax F Suspension15.93
EntromaxEntromax 100 Mg/200 Mg Sachet20.35
FurametFuramet 100 Mg/300 Mg Syrup12.06
Furatec MFuratec M 35 Mg/64 Mg Syrup340.0
Furazole MFurazole M Tablet10.35
Lomostop MfLomostop Mf 100 Mg/400 Mg Tablet7.43
Metrogyl FMetrogyl F Suspension19.56
Anglonor MAnglonor M 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension12.5
BinorgylBinorgyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
Biogyl MBiogyl M 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup0.0
Boxer NmBoxer Nm 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
Dakson MDakson M 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup10.7
DiarolDiarol 100 Mg/100 Mg Capsule0.0
DonagylDonagyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Tablet59.68
DonnagylDonnagyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup29.55
Flomet OFlomet O 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
FloxagylFloxagyl 200 Mg/500 Mg Tablet0.0
Gastrogyl MGastrogyl M 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
GastrometGastromet 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup25.0
GeneraGenera 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup0.0
GramogylGramogyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
KlassakKlassak 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension22.5
Lamizol PlusLamizol Plus 400 Mg/600 Mg Suspension0.0
Largyl NLargyl N 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
MenorMenor 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
MetnoxMetnox 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
MetroxaMetroxa 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
NmsdNmsd 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
NorgylNorgyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
Normec MNormec M 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup18.87
Nor MetrogylNor Metrogyl 100 Mg/100 Mg/5 Ml Suspension0.0
Norspan MNorspan M 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension25.72
Pegtoline PlusPegtoline Plus 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup0.0
Powergyl OzPowergyl Oz 100 Mg/100 Mg Tablet0.0
Power StopPower Stop 100 Mg/200 Mg Syrup0.0
RemetRemet 100 Mg/100 Mg Cream56.16
Sprot NSprot N 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
TrustogylTrustogyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup0.0
AmefurAmefur 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup32.18
Bacigyl NBacigyl N Suspension24.08
Biogyl M ForteBiogyl M Forte 125 Mg/120 Mg Syrup33.0
Combizol FCombizol F 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup47.5
Combizol TCombizol T 200 Mg/300 Mg Tablet53.0
ComebaComeba 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension10.0
Diaba MDiaba M 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension26.2
EntrogylEntrogyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup33.0
Front MFront M 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup20.9
MangogylMangogyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup29.27
MarkdrylMarkdryl 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup10.0
M Cid CM Cid C 100 Mg/100 Mg Dry Syrup43.1
M Cid NtM Cid Nt 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup30.3
M Cid PlusM Cid Plus 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup49.0
MetnalMetnal 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension40.4
M NorM Nor 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup47.57
NagylNagyl Syrup30.5
NorbitNorbit Injection31.25
NorfagylNorfagyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension29.23
Norosol MNorosol M Syrup25.66
Notty Susp.Notty Susp. 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension26.4
NozoNozo 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet49.91
NtdNtd 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension25.03
PowergylPowergyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension60.5
ProtobactProtobact 100 Mg/200 Mg Tablet66.66
Quinobid MQuinobid M 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension26.25
RokogylRokogyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension40.0
SupergylSupergyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension11.5
BactometBactomet 300 Mg/200 Mg Suspension0.0
Genogyl NGenogyl N 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension0.0
NalidysNalidys 100 Mg/150 Mg Suspension0.0
Negadix MNegadix M 300 Mg/200 Mg Tablet0.0
Ad(Veritaz)Ad Suspension10.9
AldiagramAldiagram 100 Mg/150 Mg Suspension29.9
BescoBesco Tablet77.0
Entrodix MEntrodix M Suspension13.73
Gramoneg MGramoneg M 150 Mg/100 Mg Suspension24.38
GramonexGramonex Injection43.55
Matrix MnMatrix Mn 150 Mg/100 Mg Suspension11.84
MaxogylMaxogyl Syrup21.57
Diafur PlusDiafur Plus Tablet20.0
Dim KidDim Kid 100 Mg/400 Mg/20 Mg Tablet10.95
Lomostop DLomostop D 50 Mg/200 Mg/10 Mg Tablet6.02
Lomostop PlusLomostop Plus 100 Mg/400 Mg/20 Mg Tablet10.0
Dox M OzDox M Oz 100 Mg/500 Mg/50 Mg Tablet85.0
Dox M StDox M St 100 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
DoxysepDoxysep 100 Mg/10 Mg Tablet0.0
Dx 24 SDx 24 S 100 Mg/15 Mg Tablet0.0
Minicycline PlusMinicycline Plus Capsule35.86
Dox M TzDox M Tz 100 Mg/600 Mg Tablet65.0
ImidoxImidox 100 Mg/600 Mg Tablet69.0
TidoTido Tablet55.0
DobactDobact Tablet75.2
Doxypal Dr LDoxypal Dr L Capsule67.75
Ec DoxEc Dox 30 Mg/100 Mg Tablet55.0
EcosepticEcoseptic 1%/5% Cream132.37
Metrogyl PMetrogyl P Ointment86.51
Metro PvMetro Pv Ointment36.0
Metrozen PMetrozen P Ointment56.58
PovicleanPoviclean 1%/5% Ointment31.2
Poviken MPoviken M Ointment36.96
PovimetPovimet 1%/5% Cream69.23
PovizolPovizol Ointment11.6
Wokadine MWokadine M 1%/5% Cream28.38
ArmerArmer 1%/5% Ointment34.3
Cipladine MCipladine M Ointment15.0
MdineMdine Ointment44.0
MegatrumMegatrum 1%/5% Ointment55.0
MetrosifpMetrosifp Ointment46.67
Nestoine MNestoine M Ointment27.2
Odivine MOdivine M Ointment42.0
PimetPimet Ointment100.43
PlusPlus Ointment15.53
Podine MPodine M Ointment33.31
Povirex PlusPovirex Plus Ointment48.0
Puradine MPuradine M Ointment15.3
Pvdine MPvdine M Ointment13.12
Soludine MSoludine M Ointment49.9
Entakon MEntakon M 400 Mg/333 Mg Capsule0.0
EntakonEntakon Tablet0.0
LancetLancet 400 Mg/333 Mg Tablet0.0
MeklinMeklin 400 Mg/333 Mg Capsule0.0
MetroclineMetrocline Capsule32.9
Fb FreshoraFb Freshora Gel8.3
HyginaHygina Gel40.2
MetrohexMetrohex Gel5.7
Nitra MetNitra Met 0.25%W/V/10 Mg Gel8.25
Orahex MOrahex M 0.25%/.01% Gel33.0
Orex M 1%W/W/0.25%W/W GelOrex M 1%W/W/0.25%W/W Gel19.18
DentasepDentasep Gel27.0
FogumFogum Gel6.85
MetzineMetzine 0.25%/1% Gel18.08
Metzine CMetzine C Gel19.0
Lekgat MLekgat M 200 Mg/500 Mg Tablet52.0
Mlevo MMlevo M Suspension46.18
Rez Q DRez Q D 600 Mg/100 Mg Tablet223.36
Softee(Leo)Softee Laxative Syrup94.9
SprotSprot 200 Mg/250 Mg Syrup19.21
Dimet PlusDimet Plus Tablet30.47
Dyrade MDyrade M 200 Mg/250 Mg Tablet6.82
FremogylFremogyl 200 Mg/250 Mg Tablet7.4
Metron DfMetron Df Tablet19.43
Sprot PlusSprot Plus 100 Mg/125 Mg/50 Mg Suspension28.96
Aristogyl PlusAristogyl Plus Tablet12.21
Sufrate LaSufrate La Cream75.0
Sufrate MSufrate M Cream40.58
CiprogylCiprogyl 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension26.46
Vagi ClVagi Cl Tablet69.3
Clingen PlusClingen Plus Suppository85.01
ADEL 12Adel 12 Dercut Drop215.0
ADEL 13Adel 13 Fattex Drop215.0
ADEL 16Adel 16 Gastul Drop215.0
ADEL 20Adel 20 Proaller Drop215.0
ADEL 22Adel 22 Renelix Drop215.0
ADEL 2Adel 2 Apo Ham Drop215.0
ADEL 32Adel 32 Opsonat Drop215.0
ADEL 56Adel 56 Habifac Drop215.0
ADEL 9Adel 9 Cri Regen Drop215.0
ADEL Alfalfa Tonic with GinsengAdel Alfalfa Tonic230.0
Dr. Reckeweg Ars. Sulph Flav. DilutionArsenic Sulph Flav Tablet 4 X190.0
ADEL Ars Sulph Flav DilutionArsenicum Sulphuratum Flavum Dilution 1 M155.0
ADEL Aurum Met DilutionAurum Metallicum Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg Aurum Met. DilutionAurum Met Dilution 1 M155.0
Bjain BC 4 TabletBiocombination No. 04 Tablet75.0
ADEL BC 5Biocombination No. 05 Tablet135.0
Dr. Reckeweg BC 5Biocombination No. 05 Tablet135.0
Dr. Reckeweg BC 9Biocombination No. 09 Tablet135.0
Bjain BC 11 TabletBiocombination No. 11 Tablet75.0
Dr. Reckeweg BC 11Biocombination No. 11 Tablet135.0
Bjain BC 14 TabletBiocombination No. 14 Tablet75.0
Bjain BC 17 TabletBiocombination No. 17 Tablet75.0
Dr. Reckeweg BC 22Biocombination No. 22 Tablet135.0
SBL BC 22Biocombination No. 22 Tablet75.0
ADEL Borax DilutionBorax Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg Borax DilutionBorax Mother Tincture Q200.0
ADEL Calc Ars DilutionCalcarea Arsenicosa Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg Calcarea Ars DilutionCalc. Ars Dilution 1 M155.0
ADEL Caulophyllum Mother Tincture QCaulophyllum Mother Tincture Q225.0
Dr. Reckeweg Caulophyllum DilutionCaulophyllum Dilution 200 C125.0
SBL Denton SyrupDenton Tablet125.0
ADEL Graphites DilutionGraphites Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg Graphites DilutionGraphites Trituration Tablet 3 X190.0
Schwabe Graphites PentarkanGraphites Pentarkan Tablet280.0
SBL Graphites OintmentGraphites Gel55.0
ADEL Hydrocotyle Asiat DilutionHydrocotyle Mother Tincture Q200.0
Dr. Reckeweg Hydrocotyle As DilutionHydrocotyle Asiat Dilution 1 M155.0
ADEL Kali Mur DilutionKali Muriaticum Biochemic Tablet 12 X135.0
Dr. Reckeweg Kali Mur DilutionKali Muriaticum Dilution 1 M155.0
SBL Kali muriaticum TabletKali Muriaticum Biochemic Tablet 12 X75.0
Omeo Mouth Ulcer TabletsOmeo Mouth Ulcer Tablet109.0
Omeo Uterus SyrupOmeo Uterus Syrup98.0
Dr. Reckeweg R95Reckeweg Alfalfa Tonic490.0
Dr. Reckeweg R13Reckeweg R13 Hemorrhoidal Drop200.0
Dr. Reckeweg R56Reckeweg R56 Worms Drop200.0
Dr. Reckeweg R59Reckeweg R59 Obesity And Weight Drop200.0
Dr. Reckeweg R65Reckeweg R65 Psoriasis Drop200.0
Dr. Reckeweg R75Reckeweg R75 Labour Pains And Menstrual Cramps Drop200.0
SBL Drops No. 2Sbl Drops No. 2125.0
ADEL Stannum Met DilutionSquilla Maritima Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg Stannum Metallicum DilutionStannum Metallicum Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg Thalaspi B P DilutionThlaspi Bursa Pastoris Dilution 1 M155.0
Schwabe Topi Graphites CreamTopi Graphites Cream60.0
SBL Utrofyne SyrupUtrofyne Syrup75.0

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