Urinary frequency is a symptom of pregnancy. If you think you're pregnant, take a test. Many other conditions also cause urinary frequency.
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.
Yes, you can have a urinary tract infection when you're pregnant. UTIs are more common in pregnancy.
Urinating frequently is a sign of early pregnancy but can also be signs for other things like a water infection or low pelvic floor muscles best thing take a test if negative do kegel exercises
Yes, chlamydia can cause urinary frequency.
can a uti cause a negititve pregnancy result.
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.
Pregnancy tests look for a hormone that is secreted by an implanted egg called hCG. It can only be detected if you are pregnant. If a pregnancy test is positive, it is best to follow-up with a provider for confirmation, but a negative result would not be due to a UTI.
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A urinary tract infection is not a symptom of pregnancy. The vast majority of men and women with UTIs are not pregnant. Especially the men.
get a blood test from your doctor
I also have a Urinary Track Infection and a lot of pregnancy symptoms. I'm wondering if I'm pregnant or if it's just the Urinary Track Infection?