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Its a well kept secret...but every pregnant woman is entitled to at least one accident per pregnancy. Good for you though for staying in school throughout your pregnancy! That takes commitment and a hefty amount of will power. :)

I know how that feels OP! I've been there once when I was pregnant. Don't sweat it. Just brush it off. Tell people the baby kicked your bladder and it was too late.

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Yeah, lie to them and when you come back, still only 7 months pregnant, the next day, they will be very, very confused. Or, you could admit that you are a pregnant woman and babies can be heavy on your bladder. It's not a big deal, it's pee. It's not like you shat everywhere.

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When you have to go while pregnant, you have to GO! Not only does the uterus expand and press against your bladder, but you also produce more urine than normal. And for some reason babies like to aim for the bladder when they move. One of the more troublesome things about being pregnant.

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Not necessarily... If all of a sudden you lose control and start peeing your pants, sitting in some bushes won't help. Might as well accept and and be thankful that all you have to clean are the pants! Jumping in bushes sounds messy and almost dangerous at that point of the pregnancy.

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It can be hard to get up off the couch when you are 7 months pregnant, nevermind getting up from a squatting position. If you can get down there in the first place.

I know how that feels OP! I've been there once when I was pregnant. Don't sweat it. Just brush it off. Tell people the baby kicked your bladder and it was too late.

Its a well kept secret...but every pregnant woman is entitled to at least one accident per pregnancy. Good for you though for staying in school throughout your pregnancy! That takes commitment and a hefty amount of will power. :)

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