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    Default Why aren't I weeing more frequently?

    I have always heard that pregnancy causes more frequent pee stops, I am 11 weeks tomoro and have not noticed this

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    Probably coz bub isn't big enough to be pressing on your bladder yet I am 19 weeks a d pee about the same as pre pregnancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    I have always heard that pregnancy causes more frequent pee stops, I am 11 weeks tomoro and have not noticed this
    I never did with my kids. This time I do though. I think as bub gets bigger you will.

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    I didn't start peeing all the time until about 30 weeks with both babies

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    I think I started peeing more frequently at about 16 weeks.


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    My bladder didnt start misbehaving until a bit further along. Now at 31w the toilet and me are good friends!

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    I'm 30 weeks and still can go a whole night without getting up to pee!

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    I'm really thirsty all the time so I think thats why I pee so much, some nights I'm up 5+ times for a toilet trip but I take a bottle of water to bed.

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    I had it earlier in 1st tri. hormones maybe?. But nothing of late. I'm 36 weeks. I definitely feel pressure when she is squishing my bladder but I can hold like I could pre pregnancy. I always got up once a night.. This has stayed the same.

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    Enjoy the lack of weeing while you can lol , it hit me at about 18 weeks for about 2 weeks then stopped and has kicked in again 2 nights ago not so much during the day but every night, i lost count last night how many times i got up, and it is worse when your laying there and think your about to wet yourself and you get all the way to the bathroom for just a trickle , oh so disappointing lol.


 

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