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So I have unprotected sex with my bf all the time by I'm on the pill. I miss pills pretty regularly though. Just within the past week and a half or so ive been experiencing very bad stomach aches and horrible diarrhea to the point I almost don't make it to a bathroom. I just recently realized diarrhea is a pregnancy symptom? Is this true? Any experience that someone to give me advice? Also I've found that my breasts have gotten larger and are sore. My moods have been all over the place and I'm often very tired.
Help!!! What do u guys think and who's had experience with these symptoms
Well, yes some women do get diarrhea while they are pregnant and in their initial days. However, diarrhea can be due to something you ate. Since you also have mood swings and tender breasts, and have missed your pills, do take a pregnancy test on your next due date of periods. If you miss periods, it could be due to missing pills or due to pregnancy. So a pregnancy test is a must, but will be negative if tested early. Take care!
hey it seems like we are having the same problem i swear thank god im not alone for a whole week ive been having diarrhea n i ask my mom what did she put in her FOOD never had that problem before when she cooked now the next week i started having head pains then gaging n finally 4 am im throwing up lol n the next day im traveling n singing n started gaging n getting dizzy now the next three days head pains n now this week a little more diarrhea but not as bad as two weeks ago n my breast is sore n a little gaging brown discharge sometimes will sleep most times up till 3 am always snacking go home eat sleep n want large plates of food to eat now have u took a pregnancy test yet?? i know i havent because i feel its way tooo early.
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