22 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 21 weeks pregnant n today I saw that my urine is dark red colour like beetroot juice.few days before I was suffering from UTI.plz suggest me will it cause me some complications. Plz reply I am very much tense now

Answer: Hi dear. It could be urinary tract infection again. Treatment is crucial as urinary tract infections have the potential to turn into a kidney infection, which can lead to premature labour So please ensure you meet your doc and find out the reason as to why you have such recuurinng infection You could keep yourself well hydrated and make sure you drink coconut water. This helps in keeping your water level well maintained in the body. Hope this helps!
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