I am 19 years old. Recently I was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian disease. I did not have periods in the last four months. I have been masturbating for a few years but not inserting anything, just clitoral stimulation with fingers until I reach orgasm. I was doing it regularly for about 15 days, once a day. But two days back, I rubbed my vagina with facewash. After washing, I saw mucus and bleeding in the urine. After washing, I washed and saw blood mucus and bleeding in urine. After a few hours, I spotted a green or brown patch on my underwear. Is this normal or any primary concern? I do not have any pain or irritation. Please help me.
I suggest you have one serum beta hCG (human chorionic gonadotrophin) test and a vaginal swab. If serum beta hCG comes negative, have tablet Primolute N (Norethisterone) 10 mg twice daily for seven days and then wait for bleeding for one to two weeks. On day two of bleeding, have serum progesterone, prolactin, serum testosterone, serum insulin, FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) and LH (leutinizing hormone), and thyroid function test. Have a transvaginal scan after periods. Do daily walk, exercise, and yoga, and try to have a normal BMI and weight. Have a healthy diet, vegetables, fruits, and water. Have tablet Norethisterone 10 mg daily from day four to day 26 for three cycles to regulate cycles. Collect laboratoy results and discuss to have complete treatment. Consult your specialist doctor, talk with them, and take medication with their consent.
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