hi i am 23 weeks prego with my second boy. well today since about late this morning i have had the urge to go p alot. i thought it could be because i had a lot to drink but i havent drank anything since like 1230 and it is 5 pm now and i am still having the urge to go. as soon as a am done in the bathroom (sorry tmi) i feel the urge to go again in a few mintues. my husband said it could be from either having cafeine at lunch and/or the baby moved and is now on my bladder. i was wondering if anyone has expericend this before? could he have moved? i dont have any pain or burning and it just started this morning so i dont think anything is wrong. thanksView Thread
hi my name is Allison and i am now in the second trimester! i am 13 weeks and 2 days. everything seems to be going ok, just VERY tired but i was like this with my son and it didnt get better but its ok. cant wait to find out if our son will have a bother or sister. i go for genetic testing tomorrow (my election). i didnt want to do it at first but since we have maxed out our out of pocket expenseses through insurance i figured cant hurt if our insurance will cover 100%, has anyone had this done before? its supposed to be done before 14 weeks. i didnt do it with my son (who is 4 1/2). hope everyone has a happy and health rest of pregnancy!View Thread
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