Have you ever been running to the bathroom as most recently? So there is no need to worry. frequent urination is one of the most common early signs of pregnancy experienced by women. You may feel the urge to urinate even if the bladder is nearly empty.
Why do you need to go to the bathroom so often?
The highest rate of urination begins very early in pregnancy, and is much more prominent during the first and last trimester of gestation period. This is due to different reasons. During the first trimester of pregnancy, there are many hormonal changes in the body of a woman. The increase in the level of pregnancy hormone hCG causes more of body fluids to be expelled from the kidneys. As the baby grows, the uterus grows significantly large to pressurize the uterus. This causes a reduction in bladder capacity and you may feel the need to urinate even if the bladder is empty.
If the bladder is not very strong, which can leak some urine even while laughing too hard you’re coughing, sneezing or.
How can reduce travel toilet?
Although frequent urination is a common feature of pregnancy, you may do your bit to reduce some of the time you spend in the toilet. The mentioned tips are bound to be of great help to do so.
Drink plenty of water throughout the day, from 8 to 10 glasses at least.
- However, cut the water for some time before going to sleep. Drinking plenty of water at night is interrupted only sleep overnight.
- Reduce caffeine consumption. Avoid tea, coffee, colas as they are all diuretics and increase water retention in your body. You can opt for juices, coconut water and herbal tea instead of keeping it fresh and rejuvenated.
- Do Kegel exercises regularly. This will cause the muscles that keep closed much stronger urethra and avoid problems such as leaks.
- Always try to empty the bladder completely. Do not hold the urge to go to the bathroom, rather lean slightly forward when you urinate to empty the bladder.
- You can use a panty liner to save themselves from problems due to unexpected leakage.
When toileting stop?
The need to urinate more often can stretch throughout the duration of pregnancy. As much as you are concerned about this, you can be sure that the problem will automatically disappear after the baby is born. This problem is only because of the huge uterus and hormonal changes, which will subside after delivery. You may not sleep well during the last quarter, due to its enormous size and the tendency to urinate due to the pressure of the weight of the baby in the womb. Even after birth, the body will try to get rid of most fluids and can urinate to remove extra fluids. But the problem will soon disappear and return back to normal.
When it is a cause for concern?
If you have one or more of these symptoms that accompany urination may indicate a possible complication:
- blood in the urine
- need to urinate again just after urinating
- Pain or burning sensation when urinating
All these signs indicate a urinary tract infection (UTI). Although urinary tract infections are common during pregnancy, you should inform your doctor about your problem and get treated immediately. If the UTI is left untreated, you can further complicate the situation. You may have a kidney infection and premature birth more likely baby in a situation of this kind.