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Natural remedies...

I am 13 weeks and I feel AMAZING!!!!!! with the small exception of regularly using the bathroom... any natural remedies?
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5149846 tn?1409405181
Unfortunately I doubt there is anything you can do for having to go more frequently. Lol its just going to get worse from here on out!
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My best advice? Never pass up an opportunity to pee! You will probably regret it if you do. I drink a ton of water, always have-and at 25 weeks I pee at least once per hour. Its inconvenient, but it helps keep you and your baby healthy by flushing out toxins & bad stuff in your system. Wait til the pee when you sneeze stage-its a riot at work. Allergy season has been fun so far-haha!
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Oh man I here ya mamamacmurty the girls I work with laugh at me cause I carry clean undies and scrub pants just in case my panty liner isn't enough
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I am trying to figure out the same thing. I got an email from my dept head on Friday about asking other teachers to cover my classes so I can go potty and was basically told I couldn't anymore. I'm sitting down with my principal tomorrow about it but still trying to figure out some other ways to reduce the frequency. We only have 9 more days until summer but I also have to worry about it when we come back. And I teach middle school so group potty breaks are really hard.
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4542187 tn?1402677307
Yeah.  No remedy. If fact, it's only going to get worse lol
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There's not much you can do about urinary frequency. All I can say is to limit your fluid intake before bed so you're not up all night running to the bathroom.
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