This is the 2nd night in a row where I have had to pee a million times!! I literally have had to go 4 times in an hour and a half now!
I'm 33+5, could it be bc he's heavier now and I've carried low my whole pregnancy...idk what it is, but I can't sleep bc of it! I'm going crazy!!
I usually go pee before goibg to bed.. like right before lol. And I sit in the RR for awhile because its normal that when you go to relieve your bladder a small trickle comes out due to bubs position. So after 5-10 mins then my bladder releases and its off to bed lol. I get to sleep all night doing this so its worth it.
I've tried that, still nothing lol..I'm up again after like an hour and a half of sleep to pee and I went twice after I posted this, and i hadn't even drank anything!! Lol. He just likes to keep me on my toes I guess! :)
yeah tht happens to me too n i always wake up around 3am or 5am before i go to work n i hate it. Literally yesterday i went 5 times in one hour n i knew my baby girl was really low due to her making me go tht often
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