Abnormal discharge? (Picture)

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Hi. I recently went to the doctor due to irritation and was diagnoised with BV and a yeast infection. I took one fluconizole and the 7 days of metrocondizole. i just finished the antibiotics today and was still having irritation so i did a over the counter low dose of monistat that i had left over yesterday. now I have this weird discharge. I have never had this before. Any ideas?

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    could this be old blood? I am having a hard time determining if it is brown/pink or orange. i must add that I am on depo provera birthcontrol and just got my shot a couple of days ago. I am not pregnant

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    i have read that monistat can irritate the cervix mabe it will pass after not using if not visit your gp

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      thanks for the update i thought thats wat it would have been its the same with any gel cream that u put up there it can sometimes irritate the cervix and make it bleed slightly sometimes the blood can be differnt colours because its mixed with mucos and medication

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      That makes a lot of sense! I had these two infections simultaneously for months before I was able to properly get them diagnosed and treated. This awful experience has made me very paranoid and overly aware of everything going on down there. I appreciate the help a lot!

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    im in the same boat as u bv for the last 4 years every month im currently using clindamycin cream vaginally in the hope its going to work im not holding my breath but i used a gel before this and had similar discharge as wat u have and so rang the doctors and they explained that it was blood mixed with mucous and the gel thats why it was a weird colour

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