Hi, sorry you have this to deal with. First, here's the 411 on Bacterial Vaginosis. The discharge for that is usually grey as you know and it's usually very thin and watery. The hallmark sign is the smell though. It stinks. Things like intercourse make it worse. But in general, BV has a tell tale sign of bad smell, foul smell. Notice anything like that? Don't put anything in your vagina. You can clean the outside but things like replenish can actually make it worse and doctors don't recommend it. The vagina is self cleaning and BV gets better on its own OR you need antibiotics to treat it. And again, if you aren't stinking, then it's probably just odd discharge.
Now, on to the cyst. Ya, the internet sure does try to scare you. I'm glad this is small! AND painless! It could be a batholin's cyst or just a cyst. Bartholin cysts are fluid filled. They can get infected as you know. But you'd typically have pain if it does. You can try to sit in a sitz bath a couple of times a day (if you have the time)-- this is a bath that is filled a few inches with warm water and it soaks the area. A doctor can insert a small needle catheter into it and drain it. If it becomes infected, you would need antibiotics. But it 'should' be okay. See your doctor if it doesn't go away or if it begins to give you issues! good luck
How's it going? Were you able to see a doctor yet?
I'm so glad the sitz baths helped!!!