Similar Questions with Answers
Question: can urine infection effects baby
Answer: If the UTI goes untreated, it may lead to a kidney infection. Kidney infections may cause early labor and low birth weight. If your doctor treats a urinary tract infection early and properly, the UTI will not cause harm to your baby.
Question: I m suffering from urine infection it effects my health
Answer: Hi dear,
UTI is quite common in pregnancy.one must be very careful if the infection is recurring.kindly follow the tips:
1- increase your fluid intake,which you have already done
2- drink unsweetened cranberry juice
3- drink barley soak water
4- empty bladder whenever you have urge to urinate
5- empty bladder completly
6- a kid using public toilets
7- use sex hygiene
8- always clean the area with plain water after using toilet.
9- wipe front to back
10- include lot of vitamin C in diet
11- probiotics would help in growing good bacteria in gut,which would flush out bad ones
12- minimize bladder irritants like soda,or sugary diets.
13- exercise for a healthy life style
14- use loose fittings cotton panty only.
Question: I have got urine infection.. is it harmful for baby..
Answer: Please don't worry it is common to experience urine infection during pregnancy and there are treatments available for it and treated case never affect the baby but how do you know about your urine infection have you got the urine test done or you are assuming it. if not please get the urine test done there are no home remedies for the urine infection so if you will get the urine in practice done will get to know about the microorganism involved and your doctor will give you the preferred medicine according to that
Till then drink lots and lots of water and maintain the hygiene , make sure to clean the vaginal area every time you used in washroom from front to back
Question: Does urinary infection effects the urine hpt ? does it shows negative even if im pregnant
Answer: No, it will not.
It measures your HCG unaltered by an infection.
Test again after few days.