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Asked by Stacey_77

Q: Pregnancy tests and Kidney infections...

Good evening, Today I was disagnosed with double kidney infection, and blood in the urnie (not visable but test showed there was).... Annnnnyway, Im 7 dpo and itching to test soon....

Can this affect a pregnancy test? How long should I wait before testing again?

This question was asked Nov. 6, 2012 3:48pm
Category: Pregnancy Tests

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Answered by Stacey_77 - Nov. 7, 2012 11:32am
Thanks for the info! This is my first kidney infection... ever. and a double on top of that... ugh! Today I am 8 dpo (ish) and resisting the urge to test..... I'm going to *try* and wait 2-3 more days! Thanks ladies!

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Answered by babykrause - Nov. 7, 2012 11:08am
Hi Stacey, I am very prone to kidney infections. NOT FUN!! One is bad enough, but a double?! Oh hunny, hang in there! While I'm not sure about blood affecting a pregnancy test, I can tell you what he told me to maybe help ease your mind about it a little. My OB says that kidney infections will NOT affect trying to get pregnant. And if you ARE pregnant, they will not affect implantation or growing baby at all. He said the only thing you need to worry about is possible stress from it delaying your cycle a little. Feel better, and baby dust to you!

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Answered by Stacey_77 - Nov. 6, 2012 3:58pm
I tested this morning and yesterday and got negtives, but I was5-6 dpo.... Ill wait til at least 10 dpo, Thanks..

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Answered by dakotagurrl - Nov. 6, 2012 3:57pm
Blood in the urine is called hematuria and it can affect the results, giving false positives...wait a few days then test.

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