-rrhea, -rrhoea, -orrhea +

(Greek > Latin: flow, flowing)

agalactorrhea
Absence of the secretion or flow of breast milk.
agalorrhea
Absence or arrest of the flow of breast milk.
albuminorrhea
Excessive excretion of albumins.
algomenorrhea
The painful flow of blood from the uterus.
amenorrhea (s) (noun), amenorrheas (pl)
An absence of or an abnormal stoppage of the menses (menstruation): Amenorrhea is a cessation of menstruation or a woman's menstrual-monthly cycles.

Normally, amenorrhea ends naturally in middle age with the beginning of menopause (time when a woman's ovaries and the lining of the uterus prepare an egg for fertilization).

amniorrhea
Escape of amniotic (membrane around the fetus) fluid.
amylorrhea
Passage of undigested starch in the stools, implying a deficiency of amylase activity in the intestine.
amyxorrhea (s) (noun), amyxorrheas (pl)
The absence of the normal secretion or flow of mucus: A person with amyxorrhea is missing the protective secretions of mucus membranes; such as, the mucus membrane secretions in the digestive tract where it is needed to lubricate the passages of food.

Amyxorrhea in the nose and throat and lungs will make it much easier for bacteria to penetrate the body through the epithelium or the membranous tissue that covers those bodily parts plus the other internal organs and internal surfaces of the body.

antiseborrheic
1. Preventing or relieving excessive secretion of sebum; preventing or relieving seborrheic dermatitis.
2. An agent having such actions.
blennorrhea (s) (noun), blennorrheas (pl)
A term for any discharge from mucous membranes.
bradymenorrhea
A slow or prolonged menstrual flow.
bromomenorrhea
Menstruation characterized by an offensive odor.
bronchorrhea
Excessive secretion of mucus from the bronchial mucous membrane.
chylorrhea
The flow or discharge of chyle.
chymorrhea
The flow of chyme (the semifluid mass of partly digested food passed from the stomach into the duodenum).