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Having suprapubic pains since last period. Itching, occurs while sitting, lying in knee chest position. Reason?

Hi, I ve been having suprapubic pains since my last menstrual period. Its been intermittent, occuring especially when I sit, or strain, or lie in knee chest position. there s also been some itching, although it has subsided now (without any medication). Now I ve missed my period and i recall not seeing my normal ovulation sign ( vaginal discharge ). am worried. do all these mean something?
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Hello, from the history you have given. ..I would suggest you to do a urine examination , urine routine and urine culture to rule out urinary tract infection. may have to consult your gynaecologist if urinary tract infection is ruled out....missing a period or delayed period could be either due to pregnancy, stress, even in the presence of underlying disorders like thyroid etc.. A diagnosis can be made only after a detail history and an examination by your doctor. .....hope i was helpful to you. .....
Answered: Thu, 5 Dec 2013
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