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.
If any amount of sperm got into you, then there is always a chance of pregnancy.
It sounds as though you might have a urine infection. I suggest you see your doctor.
Yes u might be. Good luck.
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.
You still could be... It could be implantation bleeding and NOT your period... You should take a pregnancy test just to be sure.
== == 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.
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.
If you are referring to the depo shot, many women have very light to no periods while on it. Chances of getting pregnant are very slim but the only way to know if you are is if you take a pregnancy test especially if you start having other than the missed period pregnancy symptoms such as nausea, frequent urination, tender breasts, increase in appetite, etc.
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.
Have you ever been tested for diabetes? I know that frequent urination and stomach ache can sometimes be associated with high blood sugar.