8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Frequently i feel urinated it is the symptom of sugar?

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Answer: Nope .. frequent urination is normal in pregnancy. But as a part of regular checkup you must or your doctor may ask your sugar levels to be checked.
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Answer: Hie Nothing to worry about The extra blood flow makes kidney produce upto 25 % extra urine then normal Also your uterus expands and exerts pressure on your bladder
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Question: Frequently cold in pragnacy is it a symptom of any complication?
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Question: I feel acute acidity everyday in the evening.. Is it normal symptom?
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Question: I am at end of second trimester and i urinate frequently... It feels like whatever i drink is directly urinated .. does it affect aminotic fluid ???
Answer: Hie Nothing to worry about The extra blood flow makes kidney produce upto 25 % extra urine then normal Also your uterus expands and exerts pressure on your bladder
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