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full bladder?

How do you know you have a full bladder? I have an ultrasound on Wednesday and they told me to come in with a full bladder. the thing is every time i drink a oz of water it comes out of me like I've drank a gallon.
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2188958 tn?1346444891
How can i keep it in? :)
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Try drinking right before you go in there...maybe about 15mins prior.... :)....that's what I did and I had a full bladder
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i drank two water bottles and didn't use the restroom until after the ultrasound. you just have to hold it!
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Wait until they start pressing on your bladder!i was scared I was going to wee there and then!
2188958 tn?1346444891
Thank you ladies. they told me an hour before i go in to drink water but i know i can't or wouldn't be able to keep it in for that long thanks tho i can't wait to see my little one :))
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Start by wereing a panty liner or pad and sipping about 32oz about a half hr before and and the closer u get to in time drink a little more cus u may have to wait a little bit, so while in the waiting room ur constantly drinking ur water. And start doing kagel exersizes to strenghten ur pelvic floor muscles, its a good way to help hold in ur urin at the oltra
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...at ur ultrasound. Try the excersize every time u pee bu stopping it instream to know ur doing it right. Kagles will help thru the whole pregnancy and during labor and delivery. congrats and good luck!
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