Frequent Urination During Pregnancy Is Dangerous?
Hello … I am pregnant with my first child … I have entered 6 months … in the morning I don’t urinate so often, suddenly in the afternoon I always urinate … from 12 to 2 I have almost ten times passed by to the bathroom … suddenly I urinate out a small blood clot at the tip of my nail … I’m afraid of the doctor … dangerous?
Hello Nurhamidah, thank you for asking.
Frequent complaints of urinating should be clarified, whether there is pain during urinating, or urinating often but only a little urine comes out. If you experience an increase in urinating accompanied by pain or discomfort, urine comes out a little and there is no lampias, you may have a urinary tract infection. Pregnant people often have an increased risk of urinary tract infections. This is due to hormonal changes, increased sweat production, increased production of the genital area glands, so that bacteria or fungi are more easily developed.
But you also must be vigilant, whether increased BAK is accompanied by pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen. Is there a different odor from urine. It is also possible that the fluid that comes out is not urine but amniotic fluid that seeps. Observe whether your fetal movements are still active.
You should immediately consult with a treating obstetrician. The doctor will first determine the type of fluid that comes out, if premature rupture of membranes occurs. The doctor will assess whether the condition of the fetus is stable. When it is confirmed that the fetus is stable and there is no leakage of membranes, the doctor will begin to look for reasons for the infection. While this is limiting activities that are too heavy, multiply rest, and drink enough water.
Hopefully this answer can help you. Regards.