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does anyone else suffer with bladder pressure during perimenopause

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    Yes, I sometimes feel bladder pressure. Feels like I have to pee all the time. It is mostly unpleasant when I sit down. I get it for a couple of days at a time - especially around expected ovulation.

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    omg yes ive just started having this i was starting to think there was something wring with me until just reading this. this is a new symptom im now experincing .

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    Hello

    I used to but this is much better since taking bhrt. Bladder/uti issues are a common symptom of the menopause because the urethra thins. Xx

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    Me too! It comes and goes throughout my cycle but yes, around ovulation and week leading to my period I feel like I have to pee all the time and it feels uncomfortable down around where I think my bladder sits.

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    yes... The last time I even went to the doctor and got checked to see if I had a bladder infection or your TI and was told that I did not even though I had the excruciating pain and urgency to pee constantly...

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    Certainly yes. Strangely it gets worse when I am walking. Or sometimes in bed I get sudden urge too. I recently I had a bad flu & coughing. First time ever I wet myself when I was coughing ! SAD

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    yes....i feels like you have to pee even just for small amount and need to go even for just small amount. its crazy how this meno changes everything ...its a real struggle at times. CK

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