Thanks for posting on HCM,
You are presenting with two basic symptoms; polyuria and galactorrhea (milk secretion). Polyuria could be as a result of blood sugar control disorder such as diabetes or as a result of urinary tract infection
(there must not be lower abdominal or back pain). In order to rule or confirm this, you will have to see a doctor who can examine and run some laboratory tests such as FBS, glycated hemoglobin
, urinalysis, CBC etc. If any of them are confirmed then appropriate treatment will be provided to remedy the situation.
As for your galactorrhea, it is possible that you are having hyperprolactinemia
(elevated serum prolactin--- hormone that helps to stimulate breast milk) which could have been induced by hormonal imbalance due to use of birth control ortho tri-cyclen
. It could also be as a result of pituitary lactotroph adenomas (pituitary tumors
). These lactotroph adenomas are called prolactinomas
and account for approximately 40% of all pituitary tumors. First of all your doctor needs to confirm that you are indeed having elevated prolactin by conducting a fasting serum prolactin dosage in the laboratory. Ones confirmed, medications to suppress prolactin production hence nipple discharge
can be provided.
All in all, do make sure you see a gynecologist for further evaluation, hence provision of appropriate treatment.
Hope this helps