-rrhea, -rrhoea, -orrhea +

(Greek > Latin: flow, flowing)

Difficult and painful menstruation. Synonym: menorrhalgia.
dysmenorrhea, dysmenorrhoea (British)
1. Difficult and painful menstruation. Synonym: menorrhalgia.
2. Pain in association with menstruation.

One of the most frequent gynecological disorders, it is classified as primary or secondary. This disorder is the greatest single cause of absence from school and work among menstrual-age women.

An excessive repetition of words or sounds. (?)
enterorrhea, enterorrhoea (British)
An excessive flow of fluid through the intestine.
1. Unusually frequent menstruation.
2. Too frequent menstruation, occurring at any time, but particularly at the beginning and end of menstrual life. Synonym: polymenorhea.
1. Any white discharge from the nipple that is persistent and looks like milk.
2. Continued discharge of milk from the breasts between intervals of nursing or after the child has been weaned. Synonym: incontinence of milk, lactorrhea.
gastroblennorrhea (s) (noun), gastroblennorrheas (pl)
An excessive production of mucus by the membranes in the stomach: The gastroblennorrhea which Peter experienced in his abdomen often made him feel queasy, as if he were going to throw up.
gastrochronorrhea (s) (noun), gastrochronorrheas (pl)
Excessive and continuous gastric secretion: Pete's condition, diagnosed as gastrochronorrhea, was managed by diet, ensuring he did not eat foods that caused his stomach to overproduce certain fluids.
Excretion into the stomach of a large amount of watery fluid containing neither hydrochloric acid, chymosin nor pepsin ferments.
Excessive secretion of mucus in the stomach. Synonym: myxorrhea gastrica.
Excessive secretion of gastric juice or of mucus (gastromyxorrhea) by the stomach.
1. A discharge of sugar from the body, as in glucosuria, especially in unusually large quantities.
2. Any sugar-containing discharge; such as, urine in diabetes mellitus.
An excessive secretion of saliva that contains sugar.
1. A contagious catarrhal inflammation of the genital mucous membrane, transmitted chiefly by coitus and due to Neisseria gonorrhoeae; which may involve the lower or upper genital tract, especially the urethra, endocervix, and uterine tubes, or spread to the peritoneum and rarely to the heart, joints, or other structures by way of the bloodstream.
2. It is marked in males by urethritis with pain and purulent discharge, but is commonly asymptomatic in females; although it may extend to produce suppurative salpingitis, oophoritis, tubo-ovarian abscess, and peritonitis. Bacteremia occurs in both sexes, resulting in cutaneous lesions. arthritis, and rarely meningitis or endocarditis.
3. Formerly called blennorrhagia and blennorrhea.
Relating to or a reference to gonorrhea.