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Tips for pregnancy pains (6)

(People's Daily Online)

14:35, October 30, 2012

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Pregnancy frequent urination
Growing baby in your uterus press against your bladder, cause a frequent need to urinate. It usually happens in first and third trimester.

Tip:
Avoid wearing tight-fitting underwear, pants, or pantyhose.
Avoid having over seasoned food and control your salt intake.
Pay attention to personal hygiene in case of urinary tract infection.
Contact your health care provider right away if your urine burns or stings.

Read more: Tips for pregnancy discomfort


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