No, like everything else there is a wide variation, some women need to go every hour, and others (myself included) have no increase in frequency at all. If you find it is burning/painful/smelling go to the doctor as pregnant women are more prone to infedtions, but if it is just frequency you will have to put up with it until about 13 weeks or so.
Could be - some people feel effects immediately. You need to do a pregnancy test.
If any amount of sperm got into you, then there is always a chance of pregnancy.
Every pregnancy is different.You may start having a few symptoms (i.e. breast tenderness,possibly frequent urination) as early as 2 weeks into the pregnancy or symptoms might show up much later.Some women experience little or no symptoms at all.
It sounds as though you might have a urine infection. I suggest you see your doctor.
You still could be... It could be implantation bleeding and NOT your period... You should take a pregnancy test just to be sure.
The most common signs are frequent urination, urgency of urination, having to urinate in the middle of the night (3 or more times) & urge incontinence.
Yes u might be. Good luck.
== == You might mistake frequent urination or slightly worse eyesight for pregnancy, but those are symptoms that usually start after you've already missed your period, which would be one of the first signs of pregnancy. As far as I have always known (being a diabetic), I have never had any symptoms of being pregnant.
Not really, except that you may want to postpone sex until the infection clears due to bladder spasms. Early pregnancy can mimic a bladder infection with frequent urination, a "crampy" feeling and nausea. A kidney infection during pregnancy can cause miscarriage, if it is not treated quickly.
It is still possible to have bleeding during pregnancy, you should still consult a Doctor because if you are pregnant the bleeding could be symptoms of certain pregnancy complications that could become dangerous, possibly life threatening.
The main symptoms aremissed period,nausea with or without vomiting,tiredness,dizziness,breast changes and breast tenderness, andfrequent urination.The main symptoms of pregnancy are nausea, dizziness, heartburn, missed period, strange food cravings, bloated stomach, mild cramping, gassy, sore breasts and having light implantation bleeding.
One side effect of prostate cancer in many men is frequent urination. That is the frequent urge to urinate, even though only a very small amount of urine is passed.
Have you ever been tested for diabetes? I know that frequent urination and stomach ache can sometimes be associated with high blood sugar.
There are a few telltale signs of a bladder infection. These include frequent and burning urination along with urine having a very foul smell or odor.
Your back will ache when you have to go to the bathroom if you are constipated or are having issues with your kidneys. If you have a kidney stone trying to pass through, you can have frequent urination and pain in your back.
Yes. There will likely be frequent and painful urination, and perhaps inability to completely void the bladder.
Home pregnancy tests are considered reliable 14 to 16 days after having unprotected sex.
Yes hot flashes of the face are a pregnancy symptom, but not a common sympton.
Signs of ovarian cancer include being sleepy all the time, being bloated, having abdominal pain, frequent urination, menstrual bleeding that is not normal, and feeling nauseated.
There is no definitive way to determine pregnancy without some kind of test, with or without symptoms. But the home pregnancy tests are quite accurate and inexpensive, so if you feel you may be pregnant, I advise you to take the test. If the test shows you are not pregnant, you need to be examined by a doctor to see what is causing the discomfort you're having. Also, depending on your age, if you are still in your early teens, these symptoms can sometimes be caused by your body still developing, and they can also be pre-menstrual symptoms.
A perinatologist is an obstetric specialist. You would see one if you were having complications with a pregnancy or if your pregnancy were considered high risk.
That is not a common symptom. Since you had unprotected sex, you are at risk for sexually transmissible infection. Since you're having symptoms, you should see your health care provider for testing.
If you have symptoms of shakiness, foul smell, painful urination, discharge and frequent urges to pee fatigue, discolored urine, pain in your kidney area, itching and or burning, you may have a bladder infection.
The procedure to clamp your fallopian tubes to prevent pregnancy is called tubal ligation. It normally is not considered to be reversible.
Lower abdominal pain is not normally a sign of pregnancy, neither is having a period (even a short one.) Some women do pass blood early in pregnancy, but it is usually due to complications. Some early signs of pregnancy are: Tender or swollen breasts Nausea Frequent urination Fatigue But the best way to know is first try taking a home pregnancy test, and if you are still unsure see your doctor, he or she will most likely give you a urine test and a blood test. Hope this helped!