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1057060 tn?1266513126

is this normal?

okay so i know i ask a ton of questions on here but just bear with me!! :) is it normal to have trouble emptying your bladder in your 14th week? ever since about my 13th week i have been going to the bathroom constantly. and its not like i just go a lot, its like whenever i do go i am not able to fully empty my bladder so i have to go about 1 minute later. i dont have a uti cause i have had tons of those and i know what that feels like.
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800427 tn?1324945719
id say yeah its normal...it happens to me a lot too. ive learned to just sit on the toilet a little bit longer and wait to see if i can squeeze anymore out lol
oh the joys of pregnancy!
just wait....the further along you get the more and more you have to pee...to me its the most annoying thing about being pregnant.
i got up 5 times to pee last night! and during the day i prolly pee 2 times in an hour...its awful!
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i HAAATE waking up 4 times at night to pee, especially with this cold weather! sometimes i wish i could wear  a diaper just so i didnt have to stand up so many times lol
1057060 tn?1266513126
haha a diaper for pregnant women would be fantastic! i would totally buy one. sometimes i pee about 3 times in 10 minutes.
363110 tn?1340920419
Yea, I did/do that too. usually when he's on my bladder. I've found holding my tummy up helps (I just put pressure on the bottom of it in an upward position) my mom is the one who told me to try it and it worked some.
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