The Cause Of Pregnant Women Often Want To Urinate But Not Out?
I want to ask, now that my pregnancy has entered 3 months, and it has been almost 2 weeks, I feel like I always want to urinate, but sometimes it only comes out a drop or a few drops, and it bothers me a lot. Because when I have sex with my husband, even in the midst of that relationship, I feel like urinating. Is that called me having a stomach down ?? u003cbr u003I tried to check with the doctor, he said it was normal, the effect of a 3 month pregnancy. related I always go to pee .. u003cbr u003edan again, is there a solution how this can be treated, because honestly I am also uncomfortable. u003cbr u003thank you.
Hello, syarifah aini, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
In pregnancy, there will be many physical changes in the mother that adjust to the development of the fetus. As the fetus develops, the uterus will get bigger so that it will put pressure on other organs around the uterus, such as the intestines and bladder. Thus, many pregnant people find it difficult to pass stools and often feel like urinating (because the pressure on the bladder creates a full sensation in the bladder, which normally makes you feel like urinating). In addition, pregnancy hormones also play a role in the work of the urinary tract muscles (urethra). Cases like this often occur in people who are overweight (obese), experience weight gain that is not according to the recommendations of pregnant women, have a family history of experiencing this, and in pregnancies at the age of more than 35 years. Conditions like this are normal in pregnancy, and may continue as long as you are pregnant. Stress conditions, anxiety, a cold environment, and drinks that are diuretic (increase urination) can also exacerbate this condition.
Reduce complaints in the following ways:
1. Avoid anxiety, stress, excessive fear
2. Maintain an ideal body weight (for example by exercising pregnant women)
3. Practice Kegel exercises
4. Keep the sex organs clean
However, if the complaint often wants to urinate is very disturbing or is accompanied by other complaints such as fever, vaginal discharge, pain when urinating or pain during sexual intercourse, hip pain, anyang-anyangan, immediately consult a doctor because these things indicate a disease. others such as UTI (urinary tract infection), pelvic inflammation, urinary tract stones, etc.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
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