last week i went to the er and dr. Said i had a bladder infection..they gave me some rocephin and prescribed macrobin..the thing is i havent taken the medicine..i was wondering if theres a possibility the infection went away..and by the way im 21 weeks pregnant..
UTIs are common in pregnancy because of changes in the urinary tract. The growing uterus can block the drainage of urine from the bladder, causing an infection. It is suggested to drink 6-8 glasses of water each day and avoid wearing tight-fitting undergarments. An untreated UTI can cause kidney infection. Kidney infections can lead to early labor and low birth weight. A urinalysis and urine culture will help in detecting if there is UTI.It can be easily treated with antibiotics which are safe during pregnancy. Seek the appointment of a doctor at the earliest. Keep me posted.
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