I have been getting a clear discharge too, and haven't had a period in FOREVER (over a year). My discharge has never been chunky though...
Clear discharge could be a good sign, as it usually indicates ovulation.
I think the blood that was with your discharge may have been a very light period.
Definitely go to your doctor for a pelvic ultrasound. They will look at your ovaries and see if you have any cysts or problems. It sounds like it definitely could be PCOS with your family history and cramping in that area.
How's your weight? If you're overweight, then PCOS would "make sense". If you're underweight, your body may be in "conservation mode" and not want to have a period.
Regardless, go to your doctor and have tests done. Good luck to you!
I too have been having trouble with my periods. My original gyno could not see me for months as well. I waited for an appt for a few months going through similar issues, but no leaking or blood of any kind. When the time came for my appt, they called to reschedule for a month down the road. I was so ******, I found another Dr. who saw me the next day! My advice is, find another Dr who will see you sooner. Remember, you are paying them to see you, not the other way around. If you feel you have an infection, you should be seen sooner. I am learning my lessons with Dr and taking more control of my health now. Luckily, I found a Dr who would listen and just had an outpatient procedure that found several things that were getting worse and luckily we found them in time. Find another Dr who will see you.
I too have had the chunky white discharge and it was not an infection; the Dr just said it was my body cleaning itself out. It could be a yeast infection. When i was younger, I do remember having a simliar experience with the discharge and just ignored it since the Dr was not concerned or could not see me. I was only 16. Three months later, I collapsed and was admitted in the hosptial for two weeks for a severe kidney infection. The ER said it was a yeast infection that was not found and slowly worked it's way up to my organs. I nearly died and lost part of my kidney. I don't want to scare you, but if it is an infection, you need to be seen to clear it up. Don't wait a few months.
I am sure it is not a big deal, but peace of mind is worth the copay.....