A urinary tract infection is not a symptom of pregnancy; however, pregnant women have an increased risk for infection, says MedicineNet. An infection without treatment can cause pregnancy issues; therefore, urine should be analyzed during prenatal visits.
Some early signs of pregnancy include food cravings and aversions, fatigue, nausea, tender breasts and increased urination, notes Mayo Clinic. Hormone progesterone levels rise during this stage creating these intense changes. Symptoms that may be less prominent are dizziness, cramping, mood swings or light bleeding. Always confirm a pregnancy as symptoms are comparable to other illnesses. Some women do not experience any of the usual signs of pregnancy.