If you are pregnant, your kidneys will produce more urine and your uterus will grow bigger. This would make the bladder fuller, frequently and quickly, meaning there’ll be a lot of trips to the washroom. Getting up late in the middle of the night to pass urine can be extremely annoying, but you shouldn’t compromise on drinking water. In fact, you should intake extra fluids and keep your body hydrated. A lot of woman who do not know that they are pregnant mistake this symptom for bladder infection.
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