Peeing A Lot NOT Sleeping Sorry

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joy28 - November 1

I'ma first time mom, 18 wks and I understood that the frequent peeing thing would get better during 2ndTri. Not for me! At night I get up every hr and a half - 2 hrs. It's killing my sleep not to mention I'm having a hard time sleeping on my side(w. lots of pillows.) I tried to stop drinking at 8, 7, or even 6pm, but it doesn't really help. I'm still up a 3-4 times a night. (11pm-8am) It's the same during the day. Is this okay? Is it too much? Any suggestions ?

 

Tory1980 - November 1

It could be signs of a urine infection that needs to get checked out - especially with you limiting what you drink at night.

 

kazforrest - November 1

Joy - I am exactly the same - peeing every 5 mins ! I have also tried the stopping drinking early evening and didnt work. So i am up 5 /6 times a night.... However it turns out that the babies feet are downwards the baby is right on my bladder still, I watch it yesterday give me a good few kicks. I have a scan once a month and its moved into this position since last month.I have my unrine and bloods done aswell once a month and and dont have a urine infection. I think im just stuck with it for the time being. Do you have any stinging when you pee or any other signs of infection - if not you might just be like me?

 

kazforrest - November 1

p.s I am 19 weeks and a first time mum too

 

cynthia502 - November 1

Hey ladies - I am right there with you. I am 16+ weeks, and wake up almost routinely at midnight, 2am, 4am and 6am to pee! I, too, try to cut out the liquids early, but I am also trying to stay hydrated with at least 80 oz of water a day (I am pregnant with twins and require more). It's hard, but worth it in the end....just remember that! :-) kazforest is right - your baby's position, may have a lot to do with it. This is my 4th pregnancy, and I have always been a chronic pee-r! So, I hope it subsides soon, but if it doesn't, just remember, it won't last forever!

 

joy28 - November 1

Thanks ladies... There is no burning or anything. I have had a constant dull ache in my front right side, but it's not severe. I just had my blood and urine tested last week, hopefully it's just the baby and maybe it'll move soon!

 

beardtl - November 2

I have had this problem for the last two days :( I am still only going once at night between 2-4 a.m. but during the day I go almost every 1 1/2 hrs- regardless of how mucj i drink. this has been for the last two days- Although i don't feel my baby- (well i think i do but the books say its toooo early (15 wks today) ) I feel heavier one one side than i did before so I think it is positioning- last night I couldn't sleep at all b/c i felt like a bulge when I laid on my side. I really think I am feeling my baby and I could have sworn i felt a sublte kick but....so maybe he/she will move over and give my bladder a rest :)

 

ella431 - November 2

Im 24 weeks, and I've had the same problem. I thought it would get better when i got futher along, but i still wake up between 4-6 times a night to pee. I dont even drink anything before bed, where is this pee coming from! very annoying, definitely disturbs my sleep

 

sarah21 - November 4

I don't think it's a UTI. I didn't pee much more than usual during the first trimester but I can't pee often enough now. Of course my water intake has also increased a lot. I have had trouble sleeping, too. It's pretty normal and, unfortunately, will probably get worse.

 

sarah21 - November 4

Oh and I'm 20 weeks with my first also.

 

AngelinLuv - November 4

I'm 36 weeks and that started for me in my 2ndtri also. It never has gone away, but now I'm so dead tired I only get up twice a night. Which is good for sleep, but when I wake up for those two potty runs I feel like I'm in labor. I basically just lived with it.

 

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