I am exactly 40 weeks pregnant and today is my due date, I am a lil worried cause I have not felt my son move all day plus I have had a UTI through the whole pregnancy and just last month (October) they told me I have GBS ( group B strep) and that is why I have not been able to get rid of my uti. They put me on a medicine Clindamycin 300mgs for the uti and I am now worried that it is affecting my baby. But what really concerns me is I am starting to pee what looks like blood but its more of an orangish color and not red but you can see red tint in it. I just need to know what to do I am almost tempted to go to the hospital but don't want to if its not serious. Someone please help me figure this out....View Thread
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