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Can A Uti Be A Sign Of Early Pregnancy
Could a UTI be a sign of early pregnancy? I find myself going the bathroom every 10 minutes. Its very aggravating.
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Quite a bit...:
Uti: increase frequency, urgency, and burning on urination, even at night. Possible change in odor and color of urine. Maybe some incontinence of urine as well.
Early pregnancy: many women feel nothing except missing period. Some have morning nausea, tender/swollen breasts, increase urination but no burning, and food aversion/cravings etc... Check a hpt. Check with doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Take HPT to know.: pregnancy - may have breast swelling & tenderness, food aversions, nausea. Other sx's that occur in pregnancy include: darkened areolas, thin, white & milky vaginal discharge, fatigue, ^ urination frequency, constipation, bloating, heartburn, backache, cramping, headache, food cravings, ^ sense of smell, enlarged waist, feeling faint/dizzy, mood swings, ^ gas, insomnia, gagging & yawning. ...Read more
Would not: Do not take otc medications without seeing your obstetrician, having a specific diagnosis made and discussing options at length. Do this for yourself and for the sake of the baby. Get better soon. ...Read more
I have frequent UTIs and take AZO cranberry pills to prevent them. I'm now early in my pregnancy and unsure if I can continue to take them?
It won't help: Although it has long been believed that cranberry juice or extracts might help prevent or even treat UTIs, recent research has confirmed it has no effect. It probably would be safe to continue Azo cranberry, but it won't help prevent UTI so not point in taking it. Discuss with your obstetrician. Best wishes for a successful pregnancy and healthy baby. ...Read more
I went to the doctors and they tested me for a UTI and negative and they said it was to early to test for pregnancy and I still have the pain?
I started to have the urge to go pee today I've been having unprotected sex iam trying to get pregnant could it be a sign of pregnancy or do I have a UTI again and if itsa UTI why do I keep getting it?
Get a urine test.: Frequent urination can be a symptom of the first trimester of pregnancy but if this very early on, it's more likely an infection. Some women are very prone to urinary infections associated with sexual activity, due to the increased bacteria around the urethral area during sex. It's important to have this caught and treated early if in fact this is what is going on. ...Read more
Hi, I am 10 weeks pregnant and have always suffered from recurring UTI. Is it safe to continue to use Macrodantin in early pregnancy?
Discuss with doctor: You and your doctor will need to decide together based on you past history of prophylactic antibiotics are indicated or not. Macrodantin is often chosen for those who have culture proven recurrent gram negative rod UTIs. ...Read more
Itching down there, often urge to pee, no pee, back aches, nausea, is this a UTI or early pregnancy?
So, I have a UTI. I got a urine sample to get medicine and had blood in my urine. That could be a sign of pregnancy but I haven't missed my period?
UTI: Hemorrhagic cystitis, a firm of otherwise uncomplicated urinary bladder infection, is not uncommon and responds to the usual prescribed medications. Following treatment, a urine culture and a urinalysis with microscopic examination is important to assure that there is no further blood in the urine and that the infection has cleared. Pregnancy would not be suspected if you haven't missed your period ...Read more
I have all the symptoms of early pregnancy but I went to the er and they said I have a uti and vomiting and nausea, but it doesn't burn when I pee bu?
Yes. A uti can mimic: A urinary tract infection can cause the symptoms you are experiencing. Pregnancy can put you at risk for utis because It can lower your immune system. If you don't have a menses after a week, I would retake a urine pregnancy test. It can take time for the pregnancy hormone hcg to build up to detectable levels on a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Get treated: A UTI is really not a problem if treated. Get you physician to get a culture to make sure when they give you antibiotics, they will take care of the infection. If still having a problem, some people will repeat the culture a few weeks later to make sure it resolved. ...Read more
UTI and pregnancy: The immune system of pregnant women is lower than that of women who are not pregnant; infections have more difficulty resolving on their own. ...Read more
Suppression: If you are having recurrent infections, you should discuss suppressive therapy (antibiotics) with your healthcare provider. You can become very sick from a urinary tract infection in pregnancy and this can lead to premature labor and possibly, premature delivery with infectious complications in you or in the neonate. ...Read more
Repeat the test: Uti will not cause the test to be invalid. ...Read more
Infection: Can cause infection in your blood, infection around baby, premature labor.... Highly reccomend you treat it. ...Read more
Hydrate, Probiotics: Staying well hydrated is a simple way to decrease the frequency of urinary infections. A probiotic supplement, supplying "healthy" bacteria, may help restore balance to the bacterial population in the intestine, and has the added benefit of reducing yeast infections. Yogurt is a good example of a probiotic, also supplying a calcium source. Cranberry tablets have protective benefits, too. ...Read more
If I have all the symptoms of a UTI but that came back negative as well as two pregnancy tests what could it be?
Cystitis. There are a number of causes of non-bacterial cystitis. Please consult this site for more information and you may need to consult a urologist.
http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/2056602-overview. ...Read more
I have heard of people saying that their UTI gave them a false negative on their home pregnancy tests, can this happen?
Very unlikely: A UTI does not change your HCG levels. ...Read more
I'm not sure if I had uti but it only lasted for a day 2 weeks ago I'm not sure if pregnancy yes I will test but I saw light pink blood then gone?
I have taken pregnancy tests and all are negative but I have symtoms of a pregnancy but I also have a UTI (5 months) how do I know what to aspect?
Back to School?: A woman who is truly pregnant has no symptoms. The baby, once conceived is not in any way connected to the mother until it is grown big enough to be sharing chemicals and blood with the mother. That takes about fourteen days. Any symptoms before then are known as pre-menstrual. Or they are related to hormones. The tests all tell you that you are not pregnant. Treat your uti. ...Read more
I think im pregnant but cant get positive tests so found out I have a UTI but I still feel like I have pregnancy symptoms can it be an ectopic pregnan?
You can get a blood test and an ultrasound to settle it.
if the blood HCG is elevated and the uterus is empty and there is a vascular mass next to the uterus, it may be an ectopic, but with negative negative pregancy tests it is unlikely. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more