Have primary amenorrhea, taking HCG injections, red discharge, now yellow discharge. Is it normal?
Before tacking those injection I tack a LH FHS E2 test(the repot was LH=.14 FHS=.43 E2=27)
After seeing this report DR suggest me (HRH simulation test)the report was
After 4 hour (LH=1.48,FHS=2.66,E2=2.7)
After2 4 hour (LH=.66,FHS=1.44,E2=3.0)
Seeing this report DR suggest me HCG 2000 iu (15 injection in a month) after tacking this injection my E2=10 after this result DR suggest me HGC 5000iu (15 injection in a month) ) after tacking this injection my E2=9 after this result DR suggest me HGC 0000iu,for this current month
You are suffering from a condition known as hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (HH). Your reports are consistent with the diagnosis of HH. Treatment of HH first involves giving Estrogen treatment for inducing the growth of the uterus and breast. Once uterus has quite well developed and withdrawal bleeding has occured then we prescribe estrogen and progesterone cyclically to maintain regular menstrual cycles. If such a patient desires pregnancy then supplemental FSH(or hMG) and HCG are given to cause follicular development and then when the follicle is appropriate size (18-22 mms), HCG in a high dose is given to trigger ovulation. Progesterone supplementation is then started 3-4 days after the HCG to support implantation. Sometimes if the response to hMG and HCG is not adequate then the developed oocytes would be retrieved and fertilized by intracytoplasmic sperm injection and then embryo transfer into the uterus is done.
In your case I'm not sure whether you were on cyclical estrogen and progesterone since puberty because your uterus is still hypoplastic. If not estrogen should be given continuously to induce uterine growth. Then once withdrawal bleeding occurs then cyclical estrogen and progesterone- the entire process may take 18-24 months. Only after this HMG and HCG treatment are initiated for pregnancy. Again the response to HMG and/or HCG may take another 1-2 years or so. Now if HCG and HMG are given from the beginning then these hormones must first act on the ovary to increase estrogen production which in turn has to cause uterine growth. This may take much longer and may not be effective if Estrogen levels dont increase from the ovary.
There is nothing abnormal with the discharge of the kind you have had with HCG injections. There are differences in opinion in some aspects of management of HH and I cannot comment on the treatment of another doctor of the same profession. I think and believe your doctor has understood your problem well and has given proper treatment ( the approach may be different). What I have described is my approach(the approach I hav been following for years). Alos I want to make a note of the fact that eventually HMG/FSh injections are very much necessary to cause follicular growth and without follicular growth, pregnancy cannot ensue. So uterine growth and follicular development are two important aspects that need to be addressed in your case.
Hope this helps.
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