Last summer, I developed a white thicker discharge than normal that looked like it had little white specs in it (what looked like and felt like dead skin or wet tissue). However, I didn't really have any other symptoms like itching or soreness. I bought the oral pill (Fluconazole) which got rid of it after about 4 days. It then came back 2 weeks later. When I went to the doctor, they told me to repeat it, and it went away but came back again after 2 weeks. After trying the pessary which didn't seem to work at all, I was put on maintenance treatment with Fluconazole which I have been taking once a week every week. The doctor did not undertake a swab test, as they presumed that it was thrush and couldn't see what else it could be since it had been responding to treatment at this point. However, it came back in bouts and now treatment seems to not be working at all. I have been back to the doctor numerous times and have had multiple tests and STI screenings, which all came back clear, but I'm not sure if this is because I am still on treatment? Upon examination, the doctor also couldn't see any inflammation or redness. She advised me to take Balance Activ which I took for a week but this seemed to not do very much. I am also taking probiotics to see if this helps to clear it.
I'm not sure what else to do, is there any advice as to how I could get rid of this discharge? Does this sound like it is thrush or could it be something else? Is it possible that I have become resistant to treatment for thrush?