So I have had this odd diarrhea for the last 2 days. I read on the web in different medical journals that this can be a sign of high levels of progesterone. Can this be a early preg sign? I am not ill.
After reading your other four posts, I would say the diarrhea could easily be attributed to stress and anxiety. I am pregnant with my fifth child and never had diarrhea as a symptom. It would be too early to feel pregnancy symptoms anyhow. I think what's best is for you to try to take some deep breaths and relax. If you are pregnant you will get your positive in a week give or take a few days. Try to be patient and not stress too much.
Also, there used to be a concern on this site about using up too many threads. They have expanded the number available, but there is still a little bit of the old feeling left among posters that if someone has a lot of questions, they can ask them on their original post rather than use up several posts. I can see you're new, please do try this.
My computer does the same thing sometimes. I can see people have posted but when I open up the thread it doesn't show their comments. If refreshing and clearing your cookies doesn't help (sometimes that doesn't help me), then try to wait a little bit and come back to the forum. It should be there eventually.
When I found out I was pregnant I had diarrhea for like a week straight. As soon as I ate something I had to go into the bathroom, it even got to the point where it was waking me up every morning around 5am and I had to go. When I asked my doctor about it he said that it is normal for pregnant women to have diarrhea.
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