Yes, especially if you are on antibiotics and are on the birth control pill and didn't use a back up. Antibiotics can make the pill not work. Take a home test or go see your doctor to find out if you are pregnant. UTI's and antibiotics won't make your period late.
A bladder infection would probably not stop a period. If you ARE pregnant a bladder infection could cause you to miscarry. A bladder infection should be treated as it can backtrack to the kidneys so go to the doctor about the infection and tell him/her that you have missed your period.
Urinary tract infections are not signs of pregnancy - most occur without pregnancy, although pregnant women may develop such infections more easily. Early pregnancy may produce mild sensations that are uncomfortable and these may mimic an infection.
No, a UTI won't delay your period.
Menstruation is determined by your menstrual cycle, a hormonal domino effect between your brain and your reproductive organs, thus a bacterial infection in other parts of your body will not effect your periods.
It's worth noting that when you do menstruate it's best to avoid commercial menstrual pads as they can increase risk of UTI's.
Probably not . Probably just a routine UTI, or perhaps a yeast infection.
sweetie i doubt it but i have never been pregggers but i don't think so
According to WebMD: Nitrites. Bacteria that cause a urinary tract infection (UTI) make an enzyme that changes urinary nitrates to nitrites. Nitrites in urine show a UTI is present.
If you are pregnant, the urinary tract infection should not have any bearing on the result of your test. The test looks for hCG in the urine, and this is present if you are pregnant regardless of any infection.
Urinary tract disease eg stone or infection some blood disorders eg haemolytic anaemia
Cranberry juice is for a urinary tract infection (recent studies show this may not really have an effect.) For a yeast infection you need to get medication, Monostat is an over the counter cure.
White cells are a sign of infection. If you have them in your urine it probably means you have some type infection in your urinary tract. Your period should not have white cells being secreted because there is no infection.
Urinary track infection can cause many symptoms like pain and burning when urinating, urinary frequency and urgency, a need to urinate a lot at night. If you notice these symptoms, you need to see a doctor and get diagnosed. The test will show whether you have a uti or not. Commonly, it can be cure by herbal medicine called diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill.
Urinary tract reported to show loss of cortical meduallary differentiationand thinning in both kidneys
An IVP can show the size, shape, and position of the urinary tract, and it ... During IVP, a dyecalled contrast material is injected into a vein
Until at least a couple of days after you begin a course of antibiotics. Note that the ENTIRE course of antibiotics must be taken in order to make sure the infection does not recur. If you only take the antibiotic till the symptoms are gone, there may still be bacteria in your urinary tract that were not yet killed.
Basicly, the egg stops coming down to be fertilized (it already is and this is when u miss your period). Then, most girls start seeing signs like very frequent urination (which is also a sign of a urinary tract infection like a bladder infecction by the way) and then a lot of nausea and vomiting. Then by the 4th-5th month of pergnancy your stomach will start to show.
In most cases a urinary tract infection that is well underway requires treatment with antibiotics prescribed by a doctor. There are exceptions to the rule, however, if you feel the symptoms of a urinary tract infection coming on drinking cranberry juice as soon as possible can ward off infection.