Im expecting pregnancy and my periods due is on 27th of this month(28 day cycle
).From Yesterday i have a constant gurgling in stomach with bloated stomach with gas and morning i have got watery diahrrea.Yesterday night I couldnt sleep because of gurgling.What would be the cause?Is it due to improper food?
I have been experiencing a lot of pregancy-like symptoms lately but keep testing negative. My stomach started gurgling a few weeks ago and hasn't really stopped since then. Along with the gurgling, I've been having menstrual like cramps that have now turned into sharp pains. I was trying to do some research on the internet to see if it was related to pregnancy at all. And it IS possible that it is but of course there were tons of other reasons to 'cause this as well. I'm going to try to see a dr soon and will let you know if he says anything about the gurgling!
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