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Urinate more after weaning? May be TMI

Posted by on Jan. 25, 2010 at 10:51 AM
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Ok, so my daughter is 14 months and has recently weaned. I have noticed that I am going to the bathroom to pee a lot more than normal. I wake up in the middle of the night to pee which is not normal as well. My husband and I have been using condoms and I have been trying to avoid having sex during ovulation time. Although I know its possible my cycle is off. My 1st indication that I was pregnant with my other children was frequent urination. Uh Oh! So, now I'm wondering. I'm not due for my period for another week, so a pregnancy test wouldn't be accurate yet. I'm just wondering if the possibility that weaning could cause more frequent urination. After all, the amounf of water I drink hasn't really changed, but my body doesn't 'need' that much water since wearning. Any advice you can give is appreciated. Thanks!

by on Jan. 25, 2010 at 10:51 AM
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by on Jan. 25, 2010 at 2:02 PM

The part that has been highlighted, that is most likely your answer!  :o)

Quoting gem01: Ok, so my daughter is 14 months and has recently weaned. I have noticed that I am going to the bathroom to pee a lot more than normal. I wake up in the middle of the night to pee which is not normal as well. My husband and I have been using condoms and I have been trying to avoid having sex during ovulation time. Although I know its possible my cycle is off. My 1st indication that I was pregnant with my other children was frequent urination. Uh Oh! So, now I'm wondering. I'm not due for my period for another week, so a pregnancy test wouldn't be accurate yet. I'm just wondering if the possibility that weaning could cause more frequent urination. After all, the amounf of water I drink hasn't really changed, but my body doesn't 'need' that much water since wearning. Any advice you can give is appreciated. Thanks!


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