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Have fertility issues. Spotted brown blood. On prometrium. Why is urine yellow?

I am 3 weeks late for my period. I have a fertility issue. 4 days prior to my period due date, I spotted brown blood for 4 days. I went to my fertility doctor after I was 2 weeks late and the blood test came back negative so I was put on prometrium to see if my period will start. My urine has been bright yellow for a couple weeks now. I am 39 years old.
Fri, 2 May 2014
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
Yellowish urine does not indicate anything much.
It could be dehydration or a UTI if accompanied by itching, burning etc.
In absence of that, it just means you are not drinking enough water.
Pre menstrual spotting can be due to lots of reasons - stress, anxiety, weight gain etc.
Endometrial hyperplasia, fibroid, PCOD need to be ruled out.
Please get yourself investigated thoroughly for infertility.
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