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Had kidney infection, stomach issues, bloating, missed period. Negative pregnancy tests. What can be done?

i am never late for my period and i am 2 wks late i am getting over a kidney infection which ive never had trouble with that before and i have an iu. cA paragaurd in im concerned that i might be pregnant but i have had 2 negative pregnancy tests but my breats are sore i have some bloating and have been a little sick to my stomach on and off i was supposed to start jan 31 for my jan. period and as of today still no period. i didnt know if my kidney infection could be causen a false negative on the test or what my urine test the dr did on feb 1 when i found out i had a kidney infection should i had a blood count of 250 and lekocysts of 500 so idk whts going on i have to go the 18th of this month for a kidney ultrasound Can you give me some insight?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Any infection may cause delay in periods or pre-pone them as this leads to hormonal imbalance in the body. Since you are anyway going for a renal scan, get a trans-vaginal sonogram also to rule out the possibility of pregnancy. if the pregnancy is confirmed, you may decide whether to continue depending on the severity of your renal infection and the treatment needed, after consulting your gynecologist. Take care.
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