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    Default Feeling like I need to pee all the time but no pain

    Hey. I am 11 weeks along and since this evening I feel like I need to pee but even after I get no relief. There is no pain or discomfort so I don't think it's a UTI.

    Has anyone had this...should I be worried and is there anything I can do???

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    I would get it get checked but it could be something to do with being pregnant. I think 11 weeks is before uterus moves up and out so perhaps your bladder is being compressed more? I could be full of carp though. If you are worried get it checked

    ETA : whattoexpect.com does say that increased blood flow to kidneys and pelvic area due to HCG can make you feel like you need to pee all the time. But get it checked, you may have an asymptomatic UTI.
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    I Have had many UTI with no pain. It does sound like you have one. Maybe have some ural and see if it helps?if not I would get it checked

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    Sounds like it could be a UTI. I had one without any symptoms at all - just got picked up at my first midwife appointment when I was pregnant.

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    Sounds like a uti
    I'd get some ural sachets and see your gp tomorrow


    Bfp!!! Little bug due 25/6/12

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    You can buy urine dispticks from the chemist. If you have a UTI you will either have bacteria, leukocytes or blood in your urine. Watch out for any back pain or increase in body temperature as it may be a kidney infection, this would need to be treated asap with a course of antibiotics.

    I have increased urinary frequency at the moment, but I am 19 weeks pregnant. I worked in urology for years and routinely would dipstick my urine if I had increased frequency, pain, cloudy urine or an ammonia sort of smell.


 

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