I don't remember any diarrhea but I do remember the fatigue! It was strong! I remember I felt it by 6 weeks...I was sleeping 12 hours a night and had a hard time getting up in the morning! When I got out of my first trimester though it was like someone had flipped a switch and I had a huge burst of energy and was able to sleep more normal!
I'm so tired right now i can hardly keep my eyes open at work. This forum keeps me away (slightly haha)
Im only 6 weeks. I dont have diarrhea, but my stools are softer than before. It may be the prenatal vitamins. If you aren't use to taking anything. Be thankful you are having bowel movements. A lot of woman dont go for weeks! Imagine how hurtful that is.
Thanks for your answers! I don't know if I am prego yet or not though - only time will tell. As for the diarrhea... I'm not so sure it is related to pregnancy (at this point) as my husband had it last night also..... But I did have extreme fatigue yesterday.
i also don't remember having diarrhea, but i did have fatigue extrememly bad early in my first 2 pregnancies (around 6- 7 weeks or so)... my 3rd and 4th i didn't get it very bad and it was only at night and i noticed it started a little later in the first trimester.
I'm about 8 weeks pregnant and Im so tired every day that I'm actually taking 30 min naps on lunch break. I could sleep all day, every day. I've been exhausted since about 4 weeks on.
I have not had much nausea (just a little here and there) but I am having diarrhea at least once a week, which seems strange. Ive looked into it, and every woman is just different and hormones affect them differently. I guess this is my body reacting. Yuck.
Well I guess if the diarrhea is from being pregnant then I'll take it (although it's a terrible symptom). I had some more minor cramps this morning when I woke up, so either AF is ready to show up soon or it's the implantation......
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