How often do you wake up to use the bathroom at night?
Since about 10 weeks pregnant I've been waking up 2-3 times during the night.... Sometimes more! I'm afraid because supposedly the second tri is supposed to put the least pressure on your bladder... What's coming?!?
Funny you should ask this question, with the heat and what not I drink so much last night I went 7 times and I keep hydrated at work during the day and go about 6+ times as well. I think my baby girl sits and kicks my bladder for fun, because even if I pee if I happen to sneeze or laugh hard I will leak as well... So my 2nd trimester has not gotten better I would say!!
Thank you guys, I was feeling like I was a freak! I'll go to bed at 10pm and by midnight my bladder feels like it is going to burst. Then it's usually again around 2-3, sometimes 5, or sometimes I can hold it till I get up between 6:30-7:30. Sorry for the ladies who are going in there 8 times/night...though I'm sure that's going to be me someday!
Mines actually gotten better since 1st tri. I think my little guy was just growing on top of my bladder and now that he can move around its not as bad lol. I was going 6-8 times the first few months and now, if I sleep for 8 hours Im up at least 2 times, sometimes 3, so Ill take that! I keep waiting for it to get worse the bigger the baby gets
Yeah, I go at least 3 times as well. Last night I actually had a dream where I was peeing and peeing and never felt better. I woke up and had to pee SO bad. I'm glad I didn't wet the bed with that dream!
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