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Ever heard of NOT be able to pee while you're pregnant?

Ever heard of NOT be able to pee while you're pregnant?

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  • firstbaby 11-16-08 | 05:09 PM
  • HELP!! I'm 12 1/2 weeks pregnany & haven't been able to urinate for the past 4 weeks! My ob has never seen this & I have been seeing a urologist who has never seen this. I can't be the first woman to have ever had this problem? The have been running tests & are unable to figure out what this is! Has anyone had this happen to them?
  • MrsS1stbaby MrsS1stbaby's Avatar 11-17-08 | 01:28 PM
  • No, I have never heard of this. I hope everything turns out alright and they figure it out!
  • Dopey406 Dopey406's Avatar 11-17-08 | 04:34 PM
  • Yikes, I've never heard of this either. I hope they figure out a solution soon!
  • mummytobe 12-17-08 | 07:00 PM
  • dandelion tea is the answer
  • Zhenechka79 01-02-09 | 03:29 PM
  • Yes, I had the same problem for a couple of weeks when I was about 6 weeks along. Your uterus is growing and is physically squeezing some parts of your urinary system. It should go away on its own when your uterus rises a little higher.

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