You have multiple ailments which need to be addressed separately.
You are having uterine fibroids. Fibroids are known to lead to heavy menstrual bleeding. May be, there could be intermenstrual bleeding
also. You need to get these fibroids or the uterus
removed to get rid of the bleeding problem.
It is advised to study the endometrium also before any surgical intervention for fibroids. Both are result of high Oestrogen levels. 30% of Fibroids are known to coexist with cancer of the endometrium. Ultrasonography
will reveal the number and sizes of fibroids as well as the thickness of the endometrium. Endometrium more than 4 mm thickness requires attention. Excessive vaginal discharge
may be attributed to birth control tablets. In fact when you are having uterine fibroids, you should not take birth control pills as fibroids are Oestrogen dependant and contraceptive
pills do contain Oestrogen.
Please report to Gynaecologist to find out the characteristics of vaginal discharge. It my be due to yeast which can be treated by local antifungal
medicines and Lactobacilli; it could be Trichomonal which can be treated by Metronidazole; or it could be bacterial vaginosis
which would require antibiotics. If it is only increased secretion due to birth control pills, you need not take any action for it. However, I do maintain that with Fibroids, you should discontinue contraceptive pills.
I hope you report to the Gynaecologist ASP.
Dr. Nishikant Shrotri