5 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi am 5 weeks pregnant, am going to urine many times. May I know the reason and effect on baby?

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Answer: Hello dear. The extra blood flow, makes your kidney produce more urine. This urine production peaks at 9 to 16 weeks, then it would settle down gradually. Other reason might be due to the pressure on the  bladder, from the growing uterus. Take care.
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