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Trouble peeing in early pregnancy
Feel like you spend more time in the bathroom than you do out of it? Frequent urination is a symptom no pregnant woman enjoys especially when it breaks up the sleep you really need right now Fortunately, this pressure is often relieved once the uterus rises into your abdominal cavity during the second trimester, although you may not notice much relief. Most women, however, find they have to pee with even more frequency late in pregnancy, from about week 35 on. Blame excessive urination on the pregnancy hormone hCG, which increases the blood flow to your pelvic area.
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Frequent Urination During Pregnancy - Causes, Prevention & Tips
But what are the first signs of pregnancy you should really be on the lookout for? We break down the most common early pregnancy symptoms and what you can do to ease any ensuing discomfort. When Do Pregnancy Symptoms Start? Some women may begin noticing the first early signs of pregnancy a week or two after conception, while others will start to feel symptoms closer to four or five weeks after, when your period is conspicuously late, or even farther into pregnancy. According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, most women 59 percent experienced an onset of pregnancy symptoms by their fifth or sixth week, while 71 percent reported symptoms by the end of week six and 89 percent by week eight.
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You may be wondering whether peeing a lot is a sign of pregnancy or whether this urge to pee so often will ever go away. Frequent urination is a common early pregnancy symptom, but it can also reappear later on during pregnancy as your uterus and baby grow, putting pressure on your bladder. Read on to find out what causes frequent urination during pregnancy, get some tips to help you manage it, and learn the signs that indicate it may be linked to another condition, like a urinary tract infection. What makes you need to pee more is often the increased amount of blood in your body. To process this blood flow, your kidneys need to produce extra fluids, which then end up in your bladder.
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