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Do pus cell count affect menstruation ?

hi doc. i have 8 pus cells and since the week after last week i have a frequent feeling and need to urinate but if im about to urinate only little comes out and i can feel some pain during urination. I also did not have my menstruation for 2 months but im not pregnant . Does pus cells count affects my menstruation? thanks
Asked On : Wed, 6 Apr 2011
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No a urinary infection has no relation to menses.
Up to 6-8 pus cells can be seen even in a healthy person. Since you have symptoms, taking treatment for a urinary infection will be adviced here.

Menses can be late due to many causes- stress , anxiety, weight loss/gain, hormonal imbalance. Please get an ultrasonography done to to rule out a condition like PCO, renal calculi(stone) etc. Also chk your TSH , T3, T4 levels to rule out a thyroid disorder.

For recurrent urinary infections, you can take homeopathic medications safely.

Meanwhile have plenty of water, fluids, keep area clean n dry, wear cotton panties only, avoid holding urine for long.

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