You should get checked out by your gynecologist, for the discharge and the lack of mestrual periods.
There is a condition called, Amenorrhea, the absence of periods, the cause of which can be a number of things. You can read about these on an article at the Mayo Clinic, there are sections on the left, some of the causes are listed, and other information. They can help you about the discharge too.Hope this helps some. I like your avatar!
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