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Delayed periods, pain in the breast, cloudy urine. Trying to conceive. Are these symptoms due to Buspar?

My period id 4 days late. My breast hurt generally all over! ( I know that this is a period symptom) My nipples starting hurting first without breast pain 4 days ago. Today the whole breast hurts. My urine is super cloudy today! My period started 11-4-12 and 12-2-12. I am trying to conceive..... Would it be possible for Buspar to cause the symptoms? I know it can raise your prolactin levels. Does that mean Buspar can affect your period?
Asked On : Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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If your urine is cloudy there is a chance you have a urinary tract infection, this is unlikely a side effect of buspar, I would suggest you have a urinalysis as soon as possible to determine the cause and get appropriate treatment
Answered: Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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