I won't get too far in to my history and experiences with doctors, but they often jump to conclusions and assumptions, which have little to no basis. I once had a PA tell me that my blood pressure dropped when I stood up because I was "thin." I have dizzy spells when standing and finally found out that it was due to weak adrenals.
I had to order my own labwork because they weren't running the right tests on me and kept telling me that nothing was wrong with me. My body and brain knew otherwise. I basically found the diagnosis myself, then found a doctor, who actually cares and is not lab obsessed, and he doesn't feed me one-liners to appease me when I inquire about a problem with my health. I just hope my gyno will work with me on this issue and tries to find real answers with me. It's better to work as a team. I started my period at 10 and I'm 30, without kids, and have had problems with my menstrual cycle off and on during my life, but this year has been the worst. In addition to my thyroid diseas, I also have low estrogen, Adrenal Fatigue (and yes it's real, don't let doctors tell you otherwise), and low DHEA. I have no idea if I can even get pregnant and I'm too sick now to try with my hubby.
So these days, I listen to my body and intuition more than I listen to doctors because I went through years of listening to doctors, who were all wrong.
If you know this discharge is not normal and the answers you get from them seem fishy, keep searching. The body is complicated and they will never know the answers to all questions, so they feed us lines.
In addition to the watery discharge with the blood today, I've felt like I have a bug or virus too. I've had these symptoms before, but I basically get nauseous, dizzy, headache, and feel dehydrated. It also makes my stomach a bit sour. It judt feels like my body is trying to fight something. I had so much discharge today, I was able to show my husband because it soaked clear through my leggings! It looks like sweat or like I peed my pants. There's more if the discharge then water.