Mums-to-be need more water than those who aren’t pregnant and it’s important to stay hydrated throughout your pregnancy.
Failing to take in enough fluid can have serious repercussions for both mother and baby, so if you’re worried about dehydration during the course of your pregnancy, don’t delay - speak to a doctor today.
Talk to a Doctor About Staying Hydrated
It’s recommended that expectant mums should drink around eight to 12 glasses of water a day, avoid too much caffeine (which can stimulate urine production) and steer clear of activities or situations that can contribute to overheating.See a Doctor About Hydration
If you’ve noticed any of the symptoms above or are worried that you might be suffering from dehydration - it’s recommended that you speak to a doctor.
Our GPs can provide expert advice on good hydration practices and may recommend an oral rehydration solution in more serious cases.