32 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hello Dr. , mera 8th month chal rha h, mujhe rat ko toilet bhut ba.r jana pdta h, or toilet ka color bhi kabhi black or red hota h, isse mere baby ko koi prob . toh nhi h, jab s 7th month start hua h tab s asa ho rha h,toilet bhi thodi si aati h ,tell me what should i do?

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Answer: Hi... Pregnancy me bar bar toilet jana normal h.. aisa hota hi hai 3rd trimster me kuki pelvic area me pressure jyada padne lagta h , just toilet avoid karne ke lie pani peena kam na kare hydrated rahe. Pregnancy me urine colour change hota h bt jaisa ki apne mention kia h ki apka urine colour dark yellow or red sa dikh rha h to plz doctor se consult kare kuki ye urine infection bhi ho sakta h. Hope isse apko help milegi.
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