Abstract : Background: Candida the most mutual source of urinary tract infection (UTI) as an opportunistic pathogen. Risk factors like: diabetes mellitus, pregnancy, steroids and hospitalization can promote candiduria. This study aimed to evaluates candiduria in pregnant women and their relation to social and physiological parameters. Method: Across sectional analytical study extended all over 2019 (January till December) to recruit 510 ladies, done in Bint Al-Huda public hospital- and Al-Rahman gynecology and obstetrics private hospitals Thi-Qar-Southern of Iraq, where specific age criteria that extended from 14 years till 55 years with mean age of 29±7.56 years. Results: The results showed significant differences (p <0.05) in the presence of bacterial and fungal infections in a female under this study. While, there is no relations between both groups of female in pH value of urine. The presence of fungal infections was not correlated with the types of blood groups and jobs of infected women under (P > 0.05). Conclusion: It was noted through the study that the rate of urinary tract infections with Candiduria in Iraqi women is one of the relatively low rates in the world and is mainly affected by the state of immune debility during pregnancy and related to bacterial infections with no relationship to the urine pH, types of blood groups and the type of work with the rates of occurrence of this type of infections.