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It is not uncommon (although v. annoying!) to leak a bit of urine when you cough or laugh in the third trimester - the baby is pressing on your bladder, making it much more likely that a little pee will escape with a hearty guffaw.
It can be hard to distinguish between this and leaking amniotic fluid - but if you think there's a chance it's the latter, see your GP or midwife to be on the safe side. Otherwise, keep up those pelvic floor exercises - the stronger the muscles, the less likely you are to continue to leak post-birth.
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