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I have been peeing clear urine and sometime its a llittle yellow and even when I feel like I have to pee or when I do and its a lot its still one of the colors.

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well I know that my dr told me that I was not drinking enough fluids which made my urine dark dark yellow.. so my guess would be that maybe you are just drinking alot and its there for a clear or light yellow color.. you could ask your dr.. probably could call in and ask if something to worry about if it would make you feel better.. but personally I think that a light yellow is ok just that the dark yellow wasnt because it mean tI was dehydrating.. good luck and hope that helps a little atleast =)
Thanks Maddison09
light yellow to clear is the color you want it.  it means that you are hydrated enough for you and the baby.  your doctor's office should do a urine test every visit anyway to make sure there's nothing wrong, but from all the sites i've read those are the best colors you can get.  i've been drinking a lot of water and the more i drink the clearer mine is.  rest easy, sounds healthy, but if you are worried call your doctor.
Although it is very important to stay hydrated, you can over hydrate. Your pee should be a light yellow color. If your concerned though always call your doctor.
Also, your prenatals should make it yellow due to the B vitamins, so...have you been taking them?
Do you have to pee often?  And are you taking your prenatal vitamins?When your pee is more concentrated it becomes a darker yellow color.  That's why it's darker when you're dehydrated.  Generally, lighter color urine is healthier.I've heard of prenatal vitamins making your urine a more flourescent color.  That's what's happening to me actually.

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