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    Default How many times to you go to the loo at night

    How many times are you getting up to go to the toilet at night ?and how many weeks are u?
    Depending on what time I go to bed 1-2 I am 10wks tomorrow I have heard it gets worse

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    Hi, im 34 weeks, and I go about 3-4 times a night. Its not just the peeing, its how uncomfortable it is trying to sleep in general aswel

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    I was going every hour when I was pregnant towards the end! Lol. I get more sleep now than I did when I was pregnant.

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    On average every 40min from 11pm - 3:30am then just over an hour till I get up at 7am. It's been like this since 12wks & I'm now 27w + 6.

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    I am 15 weeks and hasn't started yet. Have never gotten up to pee at night before pregnant either

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    I'm 21 weeks and it's 2-3 times. I think bub is sitting right on my bladder though because I can feel the sudden kicks and urge to pee simultaneously then as quickly, they're gone!

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    In my first trimester it was every 2hrs!
    I'm now 36w and I've been going every 3-4 hrs since the 2nd trimester.

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    I am almost 12wks and going every 1-2 hrs through the night.

    Based on last pregnancy I am expecting this to calm down in 2nd trimester and then kick up again at the end.

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    Im nearly 37 weeks and when Im well hydrated (Ive had issues with dehydration) its every hour or 2...

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    I'm 11 weeks and I wake up 1-2 times every night.. I try to drink less water before bed and when I wake through the night, but that's hard when I'm SO thirsty!!


 

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