Two weeks after being treated for bacterial vaginosis, you should begin experiencing either a reduction in vaginal discharge, an improvement in the smell of your vaginal discharge, or both. If you really have not improved in either of those symptoms, then I would then want to known what type of work up you have had done. To diagnose B.V., you need to see a type of cell in a sample of your vaginal discharge called a clue cell under a microscope. If this isn't found, most of the time we treat with metronidazole (Flagyl) which is a cousin drug of Tindamax. This is because Flagyl can treat the two most common causes of this type of vaginal discharge. If no clue cells were found, then it is possible that what you have is a yeast infection. If you are also experiencing vaginal itching or redness, then this is a likely possibility. You would then need treated with a full course of an anti-fungal medication.
If you feel your infection has not yet cleared, then I suggest that you schedule another appointment with your primary care physician
or OBGYN, whoever, you see for your feminine health. You can have a repeat pelvic exam with re-examination of you discharge looking for which type of infection this is. Good luck.