40 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi .. i m hvng urine infection, pus cells 40-75 aye hai and also got sugar . Pls suggest how to overcome and is it harmful for my bby , m 30th wk prgnt

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Answer: Drink lots of water. Never hold your urine, go to the toilet whenever you feel the urge. For sugar you need to regulate your diet. Avoid sugar, sweets and high calories diet. Consult your doctor or a dietician and ask what you should avoid eating.
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