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Question: Severe pain in abdomen while urination..now i m 21 weeks pregnant

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Answer: Hi dear, Sounds like urinary infection or round ligament pain.UTI is quite common in pregnancy.one must be very careful if the infection is recurring.kindly follow the tips: 1- increase your fluid intake,which you have already done 2- drink unsweetened cranberry juice 3- drink barley soak water 4- empty bladder whenever you have urge to urinate 5- empty bladder completly 6- a kid using public toilets 7- use sex hygiene 8- always clean the area with plain water after using toilet. 9- wipe front to back 10- include lot of vitamin C in diet 11- probiotics would help in growing good bacteria in gut,which would flush out bad ones 12- minimize bladder irritants like soda,or sugary diets. 13- exercise for a healthy life style 14- use loose fittings cotton panty only.
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    Afreen Khan328 days ago

    Thanq shivika..

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