How would a yeast infection be a sign of pregnancy? You treat a yeast infection with medication you can purchase at the drug store. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test. The signs of pregnancy are a missing period and positive pregnancy test.
No, medication would not make the test say negative, but it could make your period late. It may have been too early to take a test. Take one a week after you took the first one
. I am taking pain medications for a back injury as well as a medication for migraine headaches, and was wondering if this would somehow affect test results.
Pregnancy tests look for a hormone that is secreted by an implanted egg called hCG. It can only be detected if you are pregnant. If a pregnancy test is positive, it is best to follow-up with a provider for confirmation, but a negative result would not be due to a UTI.
no you can't it would not be truthful
It would just be tested for the bladder infection. If you want them to test for pregnancy, I'm sure they will.
yellow green discharges are usually signs of an infection. an example would be pyometra, an infection of the uterus. a missed menstrual period is a sign of pregnancy.
No, pneumonia itself is not contagious . But the infection that caused it could be. Once you have medication to treat the infection it would no longer be infectious however.
Something that would not be taken internally; most externally applied benzoyl peroxide products would be best to use during pregnancy.
Being anemic would make no difference to either pregnancy tests or pregnancy symptoms.
No An antibiotic is a medication used to fight germs or bacteria that cause infection. An anti-depressant is a medication that lifts mood disorders.
Endometriosis, possible pelvic inflamatory disease, or a false negative on a pregnancy test. Consult your physician.
I remember reading on the instructions that only meds containing hcg hormone will affect the test. To be on the safe side I would still check with the doctor
It is possible, but this would not be a symptom of pregnancy. It would more likely be a symptom of a sexually transmitted disease or urinary tract infection.
well i guess one would be yeast infection
Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic for treatment of urinary tract infections caused by bacteria. No, pregnancy tests detect HCG and the medication would not interfere with the HCG levels in your urine.
did you try different pregnancy tests? I would. If they all say negative...go to a doctor.
Yes, if the woman herself is HIV negative, and HIV negative after the pregnancy has started then there is no reason (other than contracting HIV during pregnancy) that the baby should have the disease. However, if the woman were to contract HIV during pregnancy, there is a very high chance the baby would be HIV positive because the virus replicates to very high levels in the initial phases of infection. About 5/10 babies may become infected if the mother is HIV positive.
you would know by looking in the bubble on the stick and there is a - and a + if you get the + you are pregnant if you get the - you are not
Pregnancy tests are a 'use once' product, so NO it would not work.
there are many reason why that may happen... you could be pregnant.. an infection or even medication
Yes, but I believe it would be rare. I would test again in another week and if negative, take it as a negative.
There are some over the counter yeast infection medications that you can try, if the infection is in a skin fold. If the infection is around your genitals, I would suggest talking to your doctor about appropriate medication, as the skin there can be very sensitive to irritants.
In general, you would treat fungal infections with an anti-fungal medication. The exact type of medication used depends upon the location of the infection and its severity.