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Pregnant, have abdominal pressure, bladder squeezing during baby movements, jelly like discharge. Help?

Hi Im 32 weeks pregnant and have had alot of pressure down below the last couple days and feel like I need to pee alot.when baby moves it feels as though he is squeezing my bladder .when I m Walking around etc it feels as though he is gonna fall out of me. This morning wen I got up I had clear jelly like disharge.can u YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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As the pregnancy advances, it is quite common to feel a bladder pressure. As long as you do not have symptoms of urinary infection, like burning during passing urine or fever, it should not be a problem. But if symptoms do not settle down, see your doctor, who may test your urine to make sure you do not have an infection. A clear vaginal discharge is no cause for concern.
The last few months of pregnancy can be very uncomfortable for many women. As long as baby is active and you are otherwise well, all should proceed normally.
Answered: Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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