How can I cut down on bathroom trips in late pregnancy?

Pregnancy, Peeing. Hello, congratulations on your pregnancy. With the growing baby in the pelvis the relentless and increasing pressure on the bladder inevitably creates less bladder capacity and therefore the need for more frequent voiding. Consider it a normal thing that is a universal experience among expecting mothers. Best of luck dan downey M.D. Downey plastic surgery www.Dr-downey.Com.
Cut fluids at night. While staying hydrated is important you may need to drink a little less at night. Make sure your healthcare provider is screening for urine infections regularly.