Hi i am 33 weeks and 4 days pregnant and i thought i may have caught a bug last week 6 days ago (i woke up with horrible diarrhea and continuous vomiting). The trouble is; i a, still having sympoms. The dr called in a prescription for nausea the good news is i am not vomiting but the pain in my abdomen seems to be getting worse. It feels like i have a lot of pressure in my upper abdomen like someone is sitting on me and i cant tell if its the baby or my stomach is swollen. Im taking imodium (immodium) but im still having loose stool and when i go its almost a green color. Should i be concerned? Is this a bug or something else?
im 32 weeks had the same problm, i contacted my doc and she recommended i stay hydrated and gave me pecolyte' for my runny tummy i knw its terrible, the reason y i didnt panic much because my bby was constantly active, i think its stomach bug, but consult with your doc, oh and try to eat grated carrot and apple it helps. i had exactly the same problm jus bout three days ago... Good luck
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