What Does It Mean When Your Baby Is Kicking Your Bladder? Science Explains - A kick and a pee

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Some dogs energetically scratch the ground after they pee. Is there in the soil and then widely dispersing them through their vigorous kicking. Kicking up dirt after peeing isn’t actually a common behavior.​ This behavior is called “ground scratching,” and is a passed down trait from wolves and coyotes.​ Breaking up the dirt and creating a territorial spot is exposing other animals to the pheromones in the dog’s feet.

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By Vik - 14:01
I'm 26 wks & for several wks I have been feeling what I assumed was my baby kicking me in the bladder when I have to pee. I only notice it.
By Kigara - 01:01
You You may find that you need to urinate (pass water) more often as your baby's head is pushing on your bladder. I'm sure I can feel baby kicking my bladder.
By Ganos - 06:05
Wolves often urinate around their den, to create a perimeter surrounding their territory. This lets pack mates know they are on familiar territory.

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