Hi and thanks for the query,
You might need to revisit your treating physician. The possibility of causative agent identification, resistance to treatment or inadequate treatment could explain this resurgence of the yellowish discharge. A complete clinical review to detect any predisposing factors, better characterize and appreciate the intensity of the discharge is important.
A vaginal swab and culture, with sensitivity tests to determine the antibiotics that could be sensitive to the potentially identified germs, and prescription at appropriate doses and for adequate durations is compelling in this case. An ultrasound
could be asked depending on the clinical state of the uterus
and quantity and properties of the discharge.
I strongly suggest you consult your primary care
physician or Gynecologist. Thanks again and kind regards.
Bain LE, MD.