Frequent urination is a common symptom in pregnancy, as your uterus grows to accomodate the growing embryo/fetus it pushes on your bladder causing you to urinate frequently. It is not a sign of miscarriage.
Yes it could possibly be a symptom but I would not go just on that.
Frequent urination is a symptom of diabetes .There are two types of Diabetes. They are Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetes Insipidus. Frequent urination is a symptom of both. When the disease is under control frequent urination may not be a symptom
Frequent urination can be an early symptom of pregnancy, but a UTI isnt' an early pregnancy sign.
== == Frequent urination is a common symptom during pregnancy.
Frequent urination is a common symptom of early pregnancy. However, not all women will experience it.
Yes, your uterus swells to prepare for the growing baby and the swelling causes pressure on your bladder leading to frequent urination.
Frequent urination is one symptom of diabetes. Other symptoms include constant thirst and hunger. If you think you have diabetes, you should go to the doctor.
Frequent night time urination can be a symptom of type 2 diabetes though it is only only symptom and there are many other possible explanation. It is best to be tested and find out for sure.
maybe its polyuria(a symptom of diabetes)
Urinary tract infection is more likely to cause frequent urination. That's not a typical symptom of pelvic inflammatory disease.
Frequent urination is definitely a symptom as you get further along. I think I was around 8-10 weeks when I started to get the frequent urination. This is because as your uterus grows, it puts more and more pursue on your bladder, therefore making you have to "go" more often. I did also start feeling hot at night when I was around 12 weeks. I don't think that feeling hour is really a "generic" symptom though, but everyone is different.
Yes, it is definitely a symptom of pregnancy. I would buy a hpt or see your OBGyn who can do bloodwork to find out if you are pregnant. Keep in mind that, frequent urination is only one symptom of pregnancy and unless you have others, it's quite possible that you aren't. Frequent urination can also occur with Urinary Tract infections(AKA bladder infections), fibroids/cysts of the uterus or ovaries as well as the more rare, but serious ovarian cancer. I recommend that you see a doctor in any of those cases.
No, may be an Weak stomach or "the runs"
Tired, moody, cravings for foods, frequent urination, headaches, sorebreast & the list goes on & on.
Diabetes is caused by many factors, but urinating is not one of them. Frequent urination can be a SYMPTOM of diabetes.
The most common symptom of bladder cancer is blood or blood clots in the urine. Other signs are pain during urination, urinating small amounts frequently, and frequent urinary tract infections.
Frequent urination is caused by the weight of your uterus (and the baby inside) shifting over your bladder. The more pregnant you become, the less room your bladder has to expand, and the more frequently you feel the need to urinate. Also, with your pregnancy, the amount of fluid in your body dramatically increases, which is simply more to be processed by your kidneys and expelled in the form of urine.One pregnancy website (see Related Links) suggests this symptom may crop up as early as six weeks - even before you're sure that you're actually pregnant.
Frequent urination is a symptom of many diseases, such as UTI, cystitis. It's essential to take a proper treatment for the infection, like herbal medicine called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. Foods that are high in antioxidants can help with frequent urination. Some of these foods include blueberries, cranberries, and cherries.
If you are a male I advise you to look for an urologist, because this symptom may indicate a prostate hypertrophy.
A symptom of kidney stones is frequent urination and pain during the urination process. You should talk to you doctor to find out more symptoms and how to go about treatment.
Yes, but only in untreated diabetes.Polyuria (frequent urination) is part of a classic triad seen with untreated diabetes mellitus. This triad includes polyuria (frequent urination), polydypsia (frequent thirst), & polyphagia (frequent hunger). This triad is often seen with the paradoxical combination of polyphagia and weight loss.
urinating is a common symptom after a period. After a period, your bladder is more stimulated which in turn can cause frequent urination.
I have never heard of leg cramps or needle pain as a symptom but definitely frequent urination, lower back pain, excess saliva, breast tenderness, darker veins and cramping.