Not necessarily. And don't be scared to use the washroom, you aren't going to poop the baby into the toilet. The runs are just cleaning out your system in response to hormones from your pregnancy, and in preparation for the fun to come.
thanks for Responding back
can it be the stress giving me the runs
cause i felt ok allday but im ok now but i think
im just a lil scared and plus im home alone just me and my son so i think thats why im scared i might go into labour this pregnancy is way different from my first my water never broke on it own the doctor had to break it and when i went to the hospital i neverr new i was in labour i just went in cause i was spotting and then they check me and i was 4cm dilated so im a lil scared now and im always getting pain down there when ever im doing something to long i get this lil pain but i went in to the hospital and they said every thing was fine
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