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Is diarrhea a sign of pregnancy?

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2017-01-11 16:14:52
2017-01-11 16:14:52

yes it most definitely CAN be a sign of pregnancy. I am currently 8 weeks pregnant and I had my period the first month of pregnancy (see that happens too) but then I started feeling really nauseaus but instead of vomiting I had diarrhea, but it wasn't EXACTLY common diarrhea. It was like all of a sudden I had to go, but it wasn't "juicy" it was just "looser" than normal. This has continued the entire I've been pregnant. I personally prefer this to vomiting, but some medications are helpful and not harmful to you child. Like Maalox *ALWAYS ASK YOUR MD BEFORE YOU TAKE ANY MEDICINE FOR ANY LENGTH OF TIME** - Vera D. yes it most definitely CAN be a sign of pregnancy. I am currently 8 weeks pregnant and I had my period the first month of pregnancy (see that happens too) but then I started feeling really nauseaus but instead of vomiting I had diarrhea, but it wasn't EXACTLY common diarrhea. It was like all of a sudden I had to go, but it wasn't "juicy" it was just "looser" than normal. This has continued the entire time I've been pregnant. I personally prefer this to vomiting, but some medications are helpful and not harmful to your child. Like Maalox *ALWAYS ASK YOUR MD BEFORE YOU TAKE ANY MEDICINE FOR ANY LENGTH OF TIME** - Vera D.

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