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    Every 2 hours during first tri. I ended up stopping all liquids 2-3hrs before I went to bed and only having a tiny sip of water if I felt thirsty through the night.

    Thankfully it's eased off lots and it's generally only one trip during the night now!

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    My youngest is 2 and I still get up 1-2times a night to pee. Sometimes I sleep through, but not that often.

    Generally, if one of the kids wakes me, i can't go back to sleep unless i've been to the loo.....even if i don't 'need' to go.

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    I'm 28+5 and I go 1-2 times. So annoying! I did with my first, no night peeing with my second though. I didn't have to go at night until I was late into my second tri though.

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    I sleep really soundly so wake up needing to pee so bad it hurts, I almost wish I did wake through the night cause it's so uncomfortable!

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    I'm currently 16.5 weeks and I only had a couple of weeks towards the end of my first trimester when I had to get up once a night to pee.

    At the moment I occasionally need to get up at around 5:30am to go but it's rare.

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    Im 32 weeks and at least 4 times a night. Im also a huge water drinker it doesn't help matters. I pee then drink about 200ml water before I go back to sleep its a habit im not really thirsty.

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    I'm 26.2 weeks and don't get up at all during the night anymore. Need to go as soon as I wake up in the morning though.


 

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