I am almost 21 weeks along in my first pregnancy, and I keep experiencing IBS symptoms, some days worse than others. I keep getting told of constipation, but honestly I don't have issues with that.. but I want to know what I can do to help with the symptoms if anything. And does anyone else have to worry about these kind of issues?
I am 18+1 today and I have not been able to get rid of morning sickness. I tried ginger like the Dr recommended, and I ended up having an allergic reaction to it. But I was curious to how long morning sickness usually last? And is it really and truly healthy for the baby like everyone says?
This is my first pregnancy, and to be honest I don't know a whole lot about what's normal...
But I am 17 weeks ( as of January 15) and I started to get almost like menstrual cramps it.felt like. I Google it and it told me its probably just my uterus stretching. But it still kinda has me nervous... Call me paranoid.. Is this really normal?
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