What could it mean if your pee has been cloudy for the past week?
You may have eaten something that turns it cloudy, you may have not been drinking enough or you may have an infection. If it has been itchy, there is pain above the pelvis when you pee, you have to pee often, the pee smells different, there is blood, or any other symptoms along with cloudiness, you definitely have an infection and should see a doctor. Get a sample bottle from the doctor's office and take a sample in to be tested.
What does it mean when you have painful and frequency urination with a trace of blood or red color to a cloudy urine speimen?
Certainly Sounds like an infection, cloudy wouldn't indicate UTI but could be, More likely Bladder or worse yet could be Kidneys infection. If you have blood in your urine it is way past time to to be seeing a Dr or making a trip to the emergency room for some testing and examination. This could be serious & will get worse, quickly.
Hoping is called a present participle. By itself it is not a verb tense. But: used with a be verb it could be past or present tense:- I am hoping to see the Queen when she visits. or it could be past tense:- She was hoping to get a ride back to work with them. Used with have / has been it could be present perfect continuous:- I have been hoping to see you for…
This means that you have had a dream in which you saw the image of someone from the past. The dream might have been triggered by anything that reminded you of that person, or of an issue associated with that person. You need not have been consciously aware of the memory trigger, which could have been something as subtle as a bit of music or a whiff of a particular odor. See the link below…
"had been" is a past perfect phrase. Most commonly it's used with "could" or "would," but it can be used alone, the same way you use "has been." "She would have been killed had she not turned on her headlights." "She could have been hurt had she not turned on her headlights." "She had been in several car accidents in the past 10 years." "She had been warned several times of her careless driving habits."
Linguists divide tenses into 'non-past' and 'past' as follows: I go, I went I am going, I was going I have gone, I had gone I have been going, I had been going Adding auxiliaries like 'will' and 'could' gives: I will go I will be going I will have gone I will have been going I could go I could be going I could have gone I could have been going The passive is…
What does it mean when I dream of a person from my past who is inviting me to meet someone that I don't know?
This dream is about your own past and future. The person from your past symbolizes yourself as a younger person. You may have been more optimistic, hopeful or idealistic in previous years. This part of yourself is "inviting" or urging you to meet your future self, in the sense of recognizing the better person you could become.
The past tense of the verb "hear" is "heard". If you mean the word as in, "My hearing is quite good," the word is a gerund in that case, and has no past tense. The compound auxiliary verb progressive "be hearing" has the past tense "was hearing", perfective "have heard" has the past tense "had heard", and progressive-perfective "have been hearing" has the past tense "had been hearing".
You have been taking ovulation tests for last 15 days it has been coming positive for past 8 days What does that mean?
I am on the pill and had my period a week ago I now have a brownish colored discharge in which I have been sexually active this past week what could this mean?
it could mean anthing and could just be normal spotting which happens to everyone once in a while, your pill could be affecting this to, if you were acctive, it could be implanain bleeding which occurs about 5 days after possible conception though it is often mistaken for a period it is not you can define it by it will probably be shorter and lighter and a piny or a brownish colour