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Pregnant with symptoms of feeling hot and urgency to urinate. What could be the cause?

while i was at work today ( i work at a cash register) i got a really funny feeling. i started getting hot a really shaky. i thought i was going to pass out! im 33 weeks pregnant and im curious as to why i keep getting this feeling. i ate and hour before i went in so i wouldnt be hungry and i wasnt hungry when i got this feeling
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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In pregnancy due to hormonal changes such weird symptoms do come,not to worry for them,regarding urgency for urination it is common as the pregnancy advances but still get a urine test done to rule out infection which is common in pregnancy and meet your doctor with the reports. Drink a lot of water to avoid any sort of urinary infection specially in pregnancy. Take care.
Answered: Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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