15 weeks pregnant mother

Hi doctor i am 15 weak pregnant. I recognise uti problems. So what can i do.

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Hello dear. In pregnancy, they cause changes in the urinary tract, and that makes women more likely to get infections. Also, your growing uterus presses on your bladder. That makes it hard for you to let out all the urine in your bladder. Leftover urine can be a source of infection. Remedies are Drink plenty of water. Don't ignore the urge to pee. After a bowel movement, wipe yourself from front to back to prevent bacteria in the stool from getting near the urethra. Keep your genital area clean with mild soap and water. Take care.
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