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Burning sensation while urinating with strong ammoniacal smell, had misscarriage. Will it ruin my plan to conceive?

im 29yo i got miscarriage 1month ago and now my ovulation is approaching and im planning to conceive, unfortunately i have been experiencing burning sensation on urinating and i pass urine with very strong ammoniacal smell. i went to hospital and was told that i have a dirty urine and they gave me cifran ct. can this ruin my plan of conception and will it have effects to the zygote
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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hi there,
you have not mentioned your date of ovulation nevertheless since you have acquired an urinary tract infection its better you start off on the medications and it will take 5-7 days to ward off the infection.

take plenty of fluids,drink at least 5-6 l of water everyday.

you can still plan your pregnancy unless your ovulation date is not in the next 5 days there is nothing to worry.

Answered: Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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