hiya i am about 4/5 weeks and i have this from day one!!! the day i got this bfp my oh said he thought i was pregnant as i ent toilet 2 times in 20 mins and this only happens when pregnant. and with my lo who i went full term with it got a lot worse!
It gets worse as you become heavier the growing baby puts more pressure on your bladder! Also raging hormones send signals to the kidneys to clean out; also another reason for frequent urination in pregnancy. I heard it would ease off after the first trimester but I'm entering my 14th week and still constantly have to wee, especially at night! My sister had it right up til the end.
As long as my bubz is great I really don't mind! I've learnt that being pregnant and all that goes with it is a blessing...
oh geez.... i was 12 wks + 4 yesterday and had my worst "weeing" day so far. was at work (am a waitress) and constantly had to go and only a couple of drips came out each time. back to work, 2 minutes later same scenario.
gonna be "fun" when i'll get bigger. so far i'm not showing and can't feel the uterus.
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