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Yes diarrhea is okay in pregnancy.

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While this happens to some women early in pregnancy, breast tenderness, fatigue, nausea and vomiting are more typical signs of early pregnancy - diarrhea alone is seldom caused by pregnancy. Speak with your doctor or clinic if you are concerned.


Diarrhea is not the cause of pregnancy.


You should be okay early, but your side is the best position to lay on during pregnancy.


Yes, diarrhea during the pregnancy will not affect the baby or the safety.


For me it is. It is because the high hormone levels upset my stomach.



Yes, gelatin desserts are Okay to eat after having Diarrhea.


Diarrhea has no effect on pregnancy tests. You can take a pregnancy test whilst you have diarrhea.


It is most likely a sign of stress from worrying about being pregnant. Diarrhea isn't necessarily a pregnancy symptom. A lot of pregnant women experience constipation during early pregnancy. If the diarrhea is the only symptom you are having then I wouldn't worry about being pregnant. Your probably worrying over nothing hun. But wait till your period is due.


Might be for you. Cramping is a yes. http://www.americanpregnancy.org/gettingpregnant/earlypregnancysymptoms.html


You can eat anything when you have diarrhea- it just might not come out okay.


No, it is not. Go check for pregnancy at the doctors.


Yes. This is why sometimes in early pregnancy or right before/during period you may notice loose stool or diarrhea. Progesterone causes the uterus to contract and can cause bowl movements


I've been having stomach pains and diarrhea every morning for the past week now... I'm nervous that it might be a sign that I'm pregnant.



Yes ,as long as the baby is growing and you are getting enough nutrients and are staying hydrated.


This is a funny, but pointless question. NO it is NOT OK to eat diarrhea. Here are some things to eat when you DO have diarrhea: http://ibs.about.com/od/diarrhea/tp/Diarrhea-and-Food.--04.htm


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Frequent urination can be an early symptom of pregnancy, but a UTI isnt' an early pregnancy sign.


Yes they are very common pregnancy symptoms. The short early period may have been implantation bleeding. That's when the embryo attaches it's self to your uterine wall and grows into a baby.


Yes, it can be but i'd go to a doctor if u really want to know because if so, you need to live a healthier life for the baby.


iv now had 4 children, and with each pregnancy iv had spotting very early on, which was a pinkish colour and abdominal cramps, which i found worsened with each pregnancy. the doctor put it down to implantation. i hope this helps




A pregnancy lasts for an average of 40 weeks. Early pregnancy is approximately the first five weeks.