Hello I'm a newbie to this forum, I'm 25yrs old and currently TTC I'm 11DPO, had a negitive blood test at 9DPO. My period is due in 4-5 days, today and yesterday I have been very moody and get upset easy and I am also bloated, so I guess thats PMS and I should get my period soon.
What is concerning me is that when I went to the toilet before my urine was very cloudy, I drink planty of water, I have no pain but have white cream like discharge that has been around since 6DPO. Could I have an infection or could I be pregnant, I don't think that is a pregnancy sign because I never had cloudy urine when I was pregnant with my son. Can anyone give me some advice?
Sometimes cloudy urine can be nothing at all, can come from a change in your diet, or may be a symptom of a urinary tract infection, bladder infection, or kidney stones. If it persists I would see a doctor. Hope this helps!
Cloudy urine and white vaginal discharge are 2 different things. Cloudy urine is a sign of infection and it that's what you are seeing, you should get that checked out. But if it's discharge from your vaginia that causing your urine to look cloudy when it falls in the toilet, then I wouldn't woory about it.
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