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Is it normal to drink so much water and still have yellow urine instead of clear while pregnant????
I'm almost 8 wks pregnant and drink a lot of water throughout the day... every time I use the bathroom my urine is still very yellow no matter how much water I drink.  Normally before I got pregnant I would drink a lot of water and my urine would come out clear... just wondering if this is a symptom of being pregnant.
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Well I noticed a change in my urine mentioned it to doctor n they found alot of protein in my urine n put me on anti biotics, it's always best mentioning it. If you do have the start of an infection or something along those lines least you could catch it early
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I don't have an infection thank God... my Dr. said it's the high levels of hormones... I'm just so excited and I guess I overlook everything.
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yes and prenatal vitamins will change urine color! Protien tends to show when bubbly and foamy when you pee.
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