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Done D&C after miscarriage, brown discharge, pressure when urinating. Infection from procedure?

I had a d&c about a month ago due to a missed miscarriage and my checkup a couple of days ago. Dr. Said my uterus shrunk well andthat my browwnish discharge was normal. This morning i started feeling a lot of pressure while peeing, like when having a full badder and you re not able to hold it anymore. It as it s not quite painful, but more of a very intense discomfort. I dont feel an urge to pee and i dont feel any discomfort otherwise. I forgot to mention to my ob that my urine and dischaarge have a medicine-like odor. Can this be an infection or complication from the procedure?
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern and looking to the history given here I would like to say that after the surgical intervention in uterine cavity the urinary tract infection is very likely but this is easily could be treated and for that you have to get the urine test, hope this information helps you, take care and have a great day.
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