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Does anyone else feel the need to pee all the time at 34 weeks?
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Dr. Kevin Considine
Family Medicine
In brief: Common Problem
At 34 weeks, the uterus with your unborn child starts to really encroach as it continues to grow and push on the bladder which means less room to hold urine.
Your symptom is a common one. However, the good news is that means you are close to being done with your pregnancy in about 6 weeks time give or take 1-2 weeks.

In brief: Common Problem
At 34 weeks, the uterus with your unborn child starts to really encroach as it continues to grow and push on the bladder which means less room to hold urine.
Your symptom is a common one. However, the good news is that means you are close to being done with your pregnancy in about 6 weeks time give or take 1-2 weeks.
Dr. Kevin Considine
Dr. Kevin Considine
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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
In brief: Normal, but not fun
Many pregnant women feel the need to pee, especially in the last trimester. Anatomically, the full uterus can bear down on the bladder, making it feel like it's full also and you need to pee.

In brief: Normal, but not fun
Many pregnant women feel the need to pee, especially in the last trimester. Anatomically, the full uterus can bear down on the bladder, making it feel like it's full also and you need to pee.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
Dr. Pamela Pappas
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