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Found white cell in urine after Caesarian. Pain in hip bone, feels tired. What could be the cause?

i am 30 years old women. iam having two childrens and both are sesearian, after my second delivery (2007) i was sufferd from white cell lose and it comes through urine . now a days my hip side bones also getting pain and i am not able to do my regular home works and also i am getting trired at the time of white cells discharge , please give suggestion for this problem?
Tue, 1 Apr 2014
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your young to have hip pain. it is likely unrelated to your urinary problems. it is possible that you have a soft tissue problem with your hip such as a tendinitis or bursitis but yor dr should also get an XR to ensure that you hip development has been normal and you don't have hip dysplasia. In the meantime maintaining your BMI at 25 or less, physiotherapy to your hips and anti-inflammatory medication if not contraindicated for you may be of benefit.
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