No, I pee all the time after eating popcorn. I'm not pregnant. If you want to know if your pregnant go get a pregnancy test.
Frequent urination can be an early symptom of pregnancy, but a UTI isnt' an early pregnancy sign.
No, you could have a UTI though.
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.
Frequent urination may be a sign of an urinary tract infection, especially if it is accompanied by a fever or pain. In men it may also be a sign of prostate problems, such as an enlarged prostate. Frequent urination can also be an early sign of type one or type two diabetes.
It's a common symptom of a few things, but one that you should consider would be thyroid problems. You should see your doctor as soon as possible, especially if your thyroid glands seem enlarged or tender or if you feel nervous, tense or if you wake up with night sweats... as you described.
No, this just means that the enlarging uterus is pressing the bladder causing you frequent urination.
every after 30 mins
No not at all. Frequent urination is common during pregnancy. Frequent urination during pregnancy means the fetus/uterus is crowding your bladder or possibly even using it as a punching bag! All women experience increased urination during pregnancy. Another thing to consider with frequent urination is a bladder infection, or if the increased urinating is accompanied by extreme thirst, pregnancy induced diabetes. Talk to your doctor about any changes you notice. If a bladder infection goes unchecked, the infection can spread to the kidney's, the kidney infection - which causes frequent urinating, can also cause premature labor or miscarriage.
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