What is a 'water infection'?
Yes, you can swim with and ear infection.
Yes, infection spreads only when the person comes into contact with the plant.
Toddlers should be kept out of the swimming pools; water going into the ears (particularly due to the chlorine levels) can cause some pain to the child whilst the ears are infected.
It is safer that you do not go swimming until your infection has gone for good, as you may catch something from the water if it is not clean.
It is perfectly fine to swim naked.
no we cant swim with high bromine because bromine has a high density than water and as a result we may sink . ok clear
Yes. Pregnancy is not a contraindication to swim.
nobody knows. the sharks may be drawn to you if they are hungry but they may not because you are sick.
That would be a good question for your doctor. If the swimming pool water is properly balanced, the water won't hurt your toe (assuming the Dr says it's ok to get the toe wet). The bigger question is, will you be introducing infection into healthy pool water. I would recommend staying out of the water until the toe is healed.
You can swim if you have a urinary tract infection, but you should only do so after being on anti-biotics to treat the infection. if you are just coming over a urinary tract infection, and you are done with or are tword the end of your anti-biotics there should not be a problem, but there is always the chance the infection could come back. Swim at your disgression
If you are cold your body has a harder time trying to fight off infection. so if you swim in warm water then no, it will not get worse. however if you swim in cold water you may stay sick for longer. it would be rare for a cold to get worse though, just a longer duration.