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Question: Hello i am in 9 month of pregnancy. During night time i am getting frequent urination without taking much liquid. What is the reason

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Answer: Hi dear it is very normal because you are grown up uterus is putting a lot of pressure on the bladder in your visiting the loo frequently, try to have a little less water in the night time to avoid the frequent urination.. Hope this helps!
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