Yes you could be pregnant or may of had a mild viral infection.
yes they canYes they can have symptoms. In fact they could have all the symptoms and you won't.
No, the symptoms of bladder infection are symptoms. A symptom is not a disease. If you're asking if bladder infection is an STD... not really. It could be, but there are other potential causes as well.
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?
Not necessary you could have a vaginal desease or infection. The only way to find out is to check for pregnancy symptoms or get a pregnancy test.
You can experience PMS symptoms and be pregnant yes. But if you get your period then you aren't pregnant.
It could be pregnancy if your period is late. Do a test.
Yes you could be pregnant.
Anything is possible, but sounds more likely that you might have an infection, possibly Chlamydia or Gonorrhea if you never had symptoms like this before. There are other problems that can cause these symptoms, advise you see your doctor and have him check you for STD's.
May be. But think of urinary tract infection (UTI) first.
The withdrawal method could very well get you pregnant. As for those symptoms, they don't sound like anything related to pregnancy. Those are symptoms of herpes. Sounds like that's just soreness from sex.
yes. Depending on your body's makeup, you could be pregnant with very few symptoms indeed. Consult your physician immediately.
You definitely could be pregnant. It might also be a sign that your period is coming soon. Or you might want to et your breasts checked up on to make sure you don't have an infection or anything.
Even in the presence of bleeding, you could still be pregnant.
I'm pretty sure you need to have sex too. not sure if you can get pregnant from those symptoms. you cannot get pregnant from just having thoes symptoms alone.........., but if you have had sex with a person and had thoes symptoms then you could br pregnant.
It could, but PMS sometimes copies pregnancy symptoms.
Many symptoms of infections from STDs are similar; therefore it could be another infection.
yeast infections have nothing to do with being or getting pregnant
Yes you could be pregnant if you are having unprotected sex. Symptoms are usually nausea, vomiting, and breast tenderness. If you are pregnant, you could be threatening to have a misscarriage, or not pregnant and having a late period.
Well, the symptoms could happen anyway (especially if you fear you are pregnant), but take a pregnancy test to be sure.
You could be. But the yeast infection would not be a result of being pregnant. Yeast infections after ovulation could be a result of high estrogen levels.
A yeast infection is not a symptom of pregnancy but is something some women experience, pregnant or not. If you've had sex you could be pregnant, a pregnancy test is the best way to determine if you are pregnant.
Possibly, if your partner has some infection. You could also get pregnant.
No, but you can get a STD or infection.