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    Kara I have constipation too - well I did until today when it went the other way. I would actually take diarrhea over nausea but I have both too. Grrr I'm getting cranky with the kids now too cus I feel so tired and sick and don't even want to talk to them. I'll probably tell them soon. My 6 year old was wondering why I was lying my head on the dining table!

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    Wow I could have written what you just wrote. I had diahreah really bad today out of nowhere when I was shopping with my mum and ended up spending most of the time in the toilets it's not over yet, I can still feel it plus I have really bad nausea and ugh too much saliva. I feel so sick and gross I could cry I'm praying to god it goes away soon, I'm not coping

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    Ahhhhhh.... In the days leading up to my BFP I was marveling at how everything just seemed to come out at tremendous speed (I usually go a little the other way... sorry it that's TMI!). Interesting to find out what might be pregnancy-related

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    I had the same thing with my first pregnancy. Basically every time I ate it simply went through me. I didn't have stomach cramps or anything like that just diahorrea every time I ate. Lasted for around till around 13-14 weeks and I did not gain any weight in my first trimester however my OB was not concerned as bub was growing and had a good strong heart beat, my blood pressure, iron count etc were all fine. I took elevit throughout my entire pregnancy. To be honest I would much rather diahorrea than nausea and vomiting

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    Hi there! I've had the same thing as well and it's yuck. It was worse for me in the first trimester and then second and third was occasional, so fingers crossed it passes! I did the Dr Google thing too (and Dr visit) and yes seems like it's not uncommon! Good luck and I hope you feel better real soon! xx

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    I had the same thing but it turned out to be gastro, so keep an eye on any other symptoms too (fever, nausea).

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    Well just found out I'm pregnant with #2 & diarrhoea was one of the things that made me suspect... It's been about a week of a bad tummy so far & it's not fun! Fingers crossed its not much longer, my 11 month old doesn't quite understand why I have to keep running to the toilet!


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    I got this symptom with both pregnancies right up til about 9 weeks for both of them!

    ETA: make that 3 pregnancies
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