Yes! Especially now that I'm near the end, my belly feels heavier and I am pretty sure the baby's head is directly in the center of my bladder (sure feels like it!). I am in the bathroom every 2 hours, 24 hours a day now
I actually get this much worse once I've been to the loo. I come out of bathroom, walk a few steps and the pressure is instant and unreal. I know I don't need to go again, but it feels like I'm going to wet myself if I try and hold it.
At night though I use the loo before going to bed, then 20mins later I have to get up to go again. Then I'm up three more times in the night, and each time they are full pees, like I've drank a pint of water each time. I started counting how long I peed for the other night (yes, I'm mental) and got to nearly 30 seconds! Where does this all this liquid come from in the night I ask you!?
Yes, it's very annoying! I stand up, feel like I need to run to the bathroom, get on the toilet and barely anything comes out...then by the time I'm two feet away from the bathroom I feel like I have to go again.
They need like an anti-bladder pressure wheelchair for pregnant ladies.
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