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If you’re a first-time mum-to-be, you should have another antenatal appointment this week. You’ll be an old hand at all this now, but have you yet managed to wee into a pot without getting pee on your sleeve? (And you thought POAS stood for ‘pee on a stick’, didn’t you?)
The urine sample ‘protocol’ seems to differ from hospital to hospital. Brace yourself for being handed back your (full) sample though - many hospitals won’t stretch to a new one each time so you may well be given yours back. Although some blessed women are given a new pot at each appointment... Mr Ambassador, with your plethora of pee pots, you are really spoiling us!
Here, some Mumsnetters wax lyrical about their antenatal appointment urine sample experiences.
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