Our expert says:
The standard urine test checks for protein and sugar. If your blood pressure is normal, the protein is not really an issue. Sugar should be checked for at some stage in early pregnancy, either with a blood test or urine test. In terms of bladder infections, checking the urine is not very useful. The urine can be negative for infection on one day and , if you develop an infection 2 days later, it will only then be positive. In other words, it does not predict what has not yet happened.
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