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Kidney infection, delayed periods, UTI. Negative pregnancy test. Treatment?

i have a kidney infection i resulted from a uti from how the dr explained i took a preg it came neg also took one at dr it was neg i have a reg cycle i never miss or come late can you help me out mind you when i found out the kidney infection i was already 2 days late last period was 08/04-08/07 and this month suppose to been 09/01-09/04 but nothing
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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check ur urine c/s.if positive take full treatment approx 2 wks from ur doctor.also get usg abdomen done,look for thyroid status.get urine examination done for AFB for three days with morning samples.also check for serum ANA test.are u having some symptoms like hair fall, joint pains,any rash.check ur CBC ,mainly HB,this will tell about anaemia and type if present.check for weakness
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