This is a discussion on How often do you feel the urge to urinate? within the Third Trimester forum, part of the Pregnancy Forum category; Originally Posted by bellerichez You should feel strong for the sake of your baby. It's not your fault. I mean ...
There's another gyane who is going to help you out right by then? Maybe you can your current gynae to introduce the gyane who is going to help you out on that day so that you can know him/her better i mean if there's any question you can ask him/her too. Maybe she/he got a different way of helping you out?
It seems like pay back time for me.
During my second trimester, I didn't even need to wake up to pee...
dont't feel any discomfort but now I can't even sleep because I have to pee so much -_-"
Meh~ I rather have it balanced =(
So sleepy but keep having to go to the toilet -_-''
Every pregnancy is different, I have read how some people manage to have smooth pregnancy + delivery. Every woman has different tolerances and reactions to the changes.
I think I am more sensitive to the constant urge, till the extend of developing sleeping disorder and anxiety.
It can also be my body structure, baby's position and weight etc which have contributed to the discomfort. I dont't have my own bathroom so I have to keep walking, so much so that I start to sweat and my legs start to tremble when I sit on the toilet bowl.
But i thought you will be induce by week 37 as requested ? So it's still not confirm yet? Yup everyone is different. That's why there's many thing which can't be predicted. I dont't have my own bathroom too. This is one bad thing cos i'm staying with in-laws. When you reach toilet bowl sit down for a while and rest since it's so tiring for you to walk back and forth.
I'm so exhausted that I really feel like giving up and just go ahead with the induction if gynae says ok but I am really afraid of complication...
Not my own but for dear daughter, I keep asking myself if I really want to jeopardize her health. I have read that our EDD is given +/- 2 or 3 weeks, what if her lungs or internal organs aren't fully developed?
No one can be sure but since I am given a choice, I really dont't wish to put her at any risk.
A few friends of mine gave birth at week 37 too. One happened to have an appointment with her gynae then when the gynae check her, she have already dilated so her gynae admit her to hospital immediately. The next day her baby come out . Very fast. Many friends who have given birth tell me that giving birth is like going toilet to POO. They keep telling me "No need to be scared."