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I never had to get up to pee at night pre-pregnancy, but I figured by 10 weeks along that symptom would have kicked in because I assume my uterus is growing. Should I be worried that I DON'T have to pee more often?
I never had that problem 'til much later when the bladder's getting pressed.
__________________ Kelly, wife of 22 years to my own personal superman!
45 yo homeschooling mama to: dd SK (closing in on 15)
dd AB (12.5)
ds TJ (10.5)
ds SR (7.75) dd LG (5.5) eight babies perfected in heaven
Just enjoy it. Getting up at night constantly is maybe my least favorite thing even counting nausea. At least when I'm sleeping I'm not nauseous then I wake up to go to the bathroom and it starts all over again
Mommy to DS 9 and DD 8. Happily Married to my best friend
Nikolai born July 18, 2012
“Because,' she said, 'when you're scared but you still do it anyway, that's brave.”
― Neil Gaiman, Coraline