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Urinary Tract Infections (bladder infections)

If I've had bladder infections and currently have a yeast infection is it possible that this caused a missed period?


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2008-07-09 03:52:24
2008-07-09 03:52:24

nope...your pregnant...

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A bladder infection is a symptom of bladder cancer.

I'm not sure about a bladder infection but It can cause a yeast infection

Kidney infection symptoms can include chills and shaking, fever, nausea and vomiting, and fatigue. Kidney infections are caused by a spreading of a bladder infection.

Yes. Bladder infections often become kidney infections, and the kidney infection can cause both back pain and side pain.

Bladder Infection and Eye Infection. I just guessed.

people can get bladder infections from having intercourse. it does not mean that the other person had a bladder infection thoguh

Penicillin is used to treat bladder infections. Penicillin is an antibiotic and they are used to treat bacterial infections.

Most of these infections are not contagious.

Yeast infections and bladder infection differ in terms of location. For instance, yeast infections affect the vagina while bladder infections affect the bladder and urethra. Other differences deal with symptoms. Yeast infection can cause itching while urinary tract infections cause burning sensation and frequency of urination. Both can be the result of bad hygiene and intercourse. Actually, the difference between them is that one is caused by Candida which is a yeast that lives in the body, usually in the background and then overgrows to cause yeast infections such as thrush, whilst bladder infections are caused by bacteria. Yeast infections ARE NOT caused by bad hygiene OR by intercouse, and the only bladder infection which CAN be caused by intercourse is Cystitis. It is said that cranberry juice can help prevent Cystitis although there is currently no scientific or medical proof. I hope this help clarify. If you get a yeast or bladder infection, please don't be embarrassed, it DOES NOT mean you are dirty or have poor sexual habits.

Guys usually get bladder infections from not drinking enough water and/or fluids.

Yes, bladder infections can be quite dangerous when pregnant so it's important you get antibiotics as soon as possible.

Not always. Bladder infections are caused by bacteria going into the urethra (where your pee comes out) and going into the bladder.

Bladder infections (called cystitis) are a type of urinary tract infection. The urinary tract includes the kidneys, the ureters, the bladder, and the urethra.

No, but some medications used to treat bladder infections can: flouroquinolones, trimethorprim, and pyridium.

Penicillin is not used to treat bladder infections. You have many other antibiotics for the same.

Most bladder infections (cystitis) are caused by bacteria.

You could be dizzy from any internal infection which affects a major internal organ. Bladder infections though don't cause dizziness normally.

Orange juice cannot cause bladder infections. Bladder infections are caused from bacteria that enter the bladder, usually via the urethra. And contrary to popular belief, cranberry juice does not cure a bladder infection. But there are other things that can mimic a bladder infection, such as Interstitial Cystitis. Sexual intercourse can also cause you to have some sypmtoms of a bladder infection if there was not adequate lubrication, which would cause urethral and vaginal irritation. If you feel you do have a bladder infection, you need to see your doctor. A bladder infection can also affect the kidneys if not treated with antibiotics. If there is no infection there are some things you can do to get relief from the discomfort. Sitting in a warm or hot tub of water relaxes the bladder muscles, which helps eliminate the painful spasms. You can also get over-the-counter medications for this. The name of one is Azo Standard. It is a bladder analgesic, and is quite effective in relieving the discomfort.

Yes you can have an infection in your bladder, urethra, and kidneys. It is good to drink cranberry juice to flush infections out.

no, it's actually often used to treat a bladder and urinary tract infections.

Cystitis is the medical term meaning inflammation of the bladder. A bladder infection is one possible cause of cystitis.

NO, NO, NO....bladder infections are not contagious! Yeast infections are. I was very prone to bladder infections, so I talked to my doctor about it. Although they are not contagious, which means you can't pass it on, it may be painful or uncomfortable. I would suggest you not have any sexual intercourse until it is gone.AnswerYes. If your boyfriend has a bladder infection your are more than likely going to get it. But there is a chance you may not. If I were you and to be on the safe side, I would not take the chance. Also, if you have a bladder infection, you can pass it on to him, and he may not know it. Bladder infections are no fun, I get them a lot. So, please spare yourself and just wait until it's gone.

I had double hernia's last year, and I had two bladder infections leading to it. The doctor told me I probably had the hernia's for a few years. Since I had the hernia's repaired, I haven't had a bladder infection since. Personally I blame the bladder infections on the hernia's, the doctor said it was possible. My health was perfect (other then the hernia's) when I got the bladder infections, the chances are good in my option it "could" be the cause of a UTI.

Can you take metronidozle to cure a urine infection, or can kill some of the bacteria that causes the infection, or will it make the infection worse

Different germs cause different infections.Different antibiotics work against different germs.If the bladder infection is caused by a germ that reacts to Amoxycillin, then yes, it will work.BUT if the germ causing the bladder infection does not respond to Amoxycillin, then it will not cure the bladder infection. Another antibiotic will then have to be used.

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