During pregnancy, it’s common for the changes your body goes through to affect your bladder in some way.
While these tend to be mild and short-lived in most women, in some cases, bladder problems can pose more of a risk.
If you’re experiencing a bladder problem during your pregnancy, don’t delay – speak to a doctor today.
Our GPs can diagnose your problem, offer advice on managing your bladder problem and if needed, prescribe medication to help you start feeling better that's safe for you and your baby.
Talk to a Doctor About Bladder Problems
Bladder problems can be a particular problem during the third trimester and some women find it particularly uncomfortable to deal with due to the size and position of the baby.
It’s particularly important to see a doctor if you notice any pain during urination, or blood in your urine. This could be the sign of a urinary infection, which if left untreated can cause serious issues for you and your baby.
Our doctors can see you from 7am until 10pm every day, and our average waiting time is just six minutes, so it’s really easy to get your problem seen to straight away. Our experienced GPs will discuss your symptoms and suggest ways to relieve your discomfort.
You can have your appointment in the comfort of your own home using a smartphone, tablet or desktop device, so you won’t need to travel or sit in a waiting room.