should i take these symptoms serious?

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well, i'm not having my periods since 2 months.And excessive thirst like really realy excessive thirst has been distrubing me A LOT. I don't know why but i'm getting weaker as days pass. My face seems like i'm ugly and uhealthy( wasn't this much until months ago). And i have vaginal discharge and it's smelly(since a year maybe). And yes i stay fatigued a lot. I just dont feel very fine and healthy, also there has been a slight increase in my appetite. But after eating food even if i eat a small meal i feel nauseous after that for some time. Even though i sleep 8 hours maybe 10 somedays i still have sleep deprivation symptoms. And yes i'm 15 years old. Even though i went to a doctor complaining of these symptoms, She said its just dehydration.

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    I would def get a second opinion!
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    Shame - you are 15years old and obviously so desperate to seek for answers on this forum. I should go for a second opinion and get my suggar levels tested, but a fasting one. The first sign of sugar is ecessive thirst and due to too much insulin one tends to get yeast infections. That is my opinion, so just demand a second opnion at a GP.
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    You absolutely need a second opinion. Excessive thirst definitely needs to be looked at. Some thorough blood work would be a good idea. Hope you get some answers.
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    Your doctor is an idiot, go to another doctor immediately! Lelawreck is correct. Excessive thirst, yeast infections, and fatigue are usually a sign of elevated glucose(blood sugar) levels. We're not trying to frighten you, we just want you to get the correct treament.

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