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Pregnant with incontinence. Dribbling of urine. No infection. What else?

I am 32 weeks pregnant and have developed incontinence. I have seen my primary OBGYN (today) and have ruled out infection and am waiting for fetal firbonectin results. Incontinence started 3 days ago and was very mild (a few drops if I bent over, sneezed, or coughed). Now, it is worse, seeming to dribble a little bit randomly throughout the day. Seems to be worse when I'm standing up than sitting down. Any ideas what's going on? When I saw my doctor earlier, she was quite sure the fluid was not amniotic fluid.
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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The mild urinary incontinence during the pregnancy is commonly seen due to the pressure of the gravid uterus on the bladder. A urinary infection needs to be ruled out after a urine test. This incontinence will resolve after delivery.
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