Im 35 weeks with my first and recently it seems like it's a little wetter down in my panties....and it's usually when I'm laying down...even after III just came from the bathroom. No idea if it's pee or amniotic fluid, but it doesn't really smell like pee to me...what should i do?
I am 35 weeks too and I am having the same problem seems like my underwear its always kinda wet!! I tought I was just leaking pee LOL but I didn't think much i am using panti liners I am just waiting for my baby girl doc. Said anyday now I am 3cm dilated 70% effaced!! I am exited but I am hoping I stay pregnant till 37 weeks!!
well, doctors and nurses are there to answer our questions, you better be on a safe side...when my water broke it was gushing and I was so confused it was like I was peeing but couldn't stop, very strange feeling.
Same thing is happening to me. My undies are a little wetter than normal expesially when I get up after laying down for a while. I can go to the toilet and be empty... Lay down for 1/2hour and it still happens...
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