A bladder infection will not usually affect menstruation. A women with a bladder infection will likely continue to have their period.
The answer to this is no. I had a bladder infection while I was on holiday last year, even though I was on my period, the infection still remains and will not go away unless you take antibiotics which will be prescribed by your GP.
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.
I usually have my period on a 28 day cycle all the time. I am on an antibiotic for a bladder infection. I got my period 3 days early.
bladder infection or you have started your period
But if your bladder has been removed whats left to infect?
yes, unless treated properly and quickly. a bladder infection can lead to a kidney infection, which can be fatal. learned from my doctor, who's still treating my infection.
Sorry but they are no way linked so no a bladder infection can not cause a missed period or even a pregnancy test to show as negative
No, a bladder infection won't cause a late or missed period. But antibiotics, which are usually given for a bladder infection, can cause the pill not be as effective. If you are late or missed a period you should see a doctor for a pregnancy test. Or take a home test. Anytime you are on antibiotics, you need to use a back up method of birth control.
Zotrim is the meds for bladder infection.
Yes-- The bladder is a muscle that stretches to hold urine and contracts when the urine is released. Waiting long causes the bladder to stretch beyond its capacity which over a period of time can weaken the bladder muscle. When the bladder is weakened it may not empty completely and some urine is left in the bladder which may increase the risk of urinary tract infection or bladder infection.