Within the first hour or so of being awake, I swear I pee about 8 times. Throughout the day, probably about 20 more times and I have to get up about 5 or 6 times in the middle of the night. I think I pee about 35 times a day, no lie!
Just wondering what it's like for everyone else, I know that it is no surprise and everyone knows that pregnant women pee a lot, but geez! lol
I'm the same if not a little worse. It sucks so badly, and I find myself needing to actually kinda dehydrate myself during work. (I'm a cashier at Lowe's and would need someone to cover me each time I go to the bathroom). So I just drink very little while I'm there haha
The other night I didn't drink anything on purpose for about 4 hours to see if that would make a difference and it really didn't lol. Still had to pee all the time, but I totally understand doing that at work.
and bebica, I definitely pee more too
It's crazy I will go sit down directly after having gone and feel the instant need to pee again...
Sometimes when in bed at night when I get back from using the bathroom, I just look at my OH laying there, snoring away all comfortable and it gets me mad lol.. but i'm pretty sure that has something to do with the hormones cause I love him to death.
I don't know if i'll feel normal peeing only a couple of times a day after I have this baby! lol
I've always had to pee ALL THE TIME, even before pregnancy, so I dunno what the norm is, haha.
Even in the beginning I would say I had to pee all the time to someone, and they would be like "Just wait, it gets worse." I would literally turn red with anger ONLY because there's NO WAY it can get any worse without requiring a catheter
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