Hey ladies!! I have never had a Uti but my question is if ur prone to them before pregnancy r u more likely to get them during pregnancy then someone who rarely or never has had a Uti?? or does it not matter if u are prone or not? Ive just heard some scary stories and worry lol i hope my question made sense lol!!
Uti are very common in pregnancy for some reason. Drink lots of water and cranberry juice. I knock em out withing a day or 2. Once you start dinkin, hold it till you feel you gotta burst and do the dance. And just keep drinking. Works like a charm
I only get them during pregnancy. Something to do with the way the uterus pinches the bladder. Leaning forward when you wee helps clear your bladder more effectively. They are simple to treat with antibiotics so even if you get one I wouikdnt let it worry you :-)
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