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During pregnancy your progesterone increases. If you have any imbalance of bacteria in your colon the elevated progesterone can make it worse. Please contact your doctor and asked to be checked for yeast overgrowth.
Start taking a probiotic, preferably one that is refrigerated. Don't ever let your body stay constipated. Take magnesium supplement or milk of magnesia with food to make yourself go. When you do not go regularly you cause toxins to linger in the body and make you ill. You can poison yourself. Try to eat less carbohydrates and more green veggies. Drink water and not sodas or sweetened drinks if you want to get back to normal.
Hope this helps.
Hope this helps.
Hope you feel better soon! Hi there, I think I might understand what may be happening . During my pregnancy and always after I had a really hard time . Turns out the hormones were increasing my OCD which I did not even know that I had until after my second child . It runs in my family and no one said anything until I was on meds and seeing a psych. On the plus side the meds did really help and the psych helped me to understand what was happening to me via. The hormones. Hope this helps . Blessed be to you and your little one.
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