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Pregnant having burning while urination. No UTI or bladder infection. Frequent urination

Hi, I m 21 weeks pregnant and off and on now for about 3 months I ve randomly experiencing burning after i urinate. I ve been tested multiple times by my OB and i do not have a U.T.I. or Bladder infection . What could this be? I drink tons of water. I also go pee more frequently because i found out the baby is kicking at my bladder. Anything will help. Thank you 3
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.

Increased frequency of urination is a common occurrence during pregnancy. It occurs as a result of uterine compression on the adjacent bladder.

Occasionally associated infections might set in leading to burning sensation of urine. It is good to know that you have undergone the test and everything is clear. In the absence of an active infection, I suggest you to try Syp. Citralka (sodium acid citrate solution).

Drinking plenty of water and cranberry juice can also benefit you.

Discuss with your gynecologist about these options.

Hope this answers your query.

Answered: Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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