Answer: Hello dear
UTI's are more common during pregnancy because of changes in the urinary tract. As the uterus grows, its increased weight can block the drainage of urine from the bladder, causing an infection.
You can help prevent UTIs during your pregnancy by:
1. Emptying your bladder frequently, especially before and after sex
2. Wearing only cotton underwear
3. Avoiding perfumes, or sprays
4. Drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated
5. Avoiding any harsh soaps or body wash in the genital area
Answer: It is due to urinary infections so maintain hygeine
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