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Is frequent urination a definite sign of pregnancy?

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2006-08-07 20:15:32
2006-08-07 20:15:32

No, you could have a UTI though.

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Frequent urination can be an early symptom of pregnancy, but a UTI isnt' an early pregnancy sign.

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Frequent urination can be a sign of other conditions, such as diabetes. Check in with your doctor. Definitely sounds like you are not pregnant.

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Yes. But it can also be a sign of other conditions, such as an enlarged prostrate or prostatitis in men, and urinary tract infection in both genders. Anyone with frequent urination should see a physician to find out the cause of it and take a treatment in time. Frequent urination caused by urinary and reproductive system diseases can be treated with antibiotics or herbal medicine called diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill.

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The reason why there is a sensation of frequent urination could be sue to a urinary tract infection. You would need to bring a sample of your urine to your doctor who will examine the urine for the presence of white blood cells, a sign of infection.

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Frequent urination is a sign of illness, such as diabetes, i would buy a bottle of diastix or keto diastix at walmart pharmacy or other and check if glucose in the urine. Other possibility is a urinary tract infection.

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no but it normally mean ur anemic... sorry to say

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Could be a sign of a urinary tract infection. Go see a doctor, because a UTI left untreated could lead to a bladder infection, which could lead to a kidney infection, which is painful and more difficult to treat.

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The stomach symptoms are not a sign of pregnancy. I'm not sure what the other feelings are, but are most likely not related.

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