Is a frequent upset stomach a sign of pregnancy
Morning sickness doesn’t only happen in morning and doesn’t always include vomiting. Occur in around 7 out of 10 pregnant women. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/is-a-frequent-upset-stomach-a-sign-of-pregnancy ]
More Answers to “Is a frequent upset stomach a sign of pregnancy“
- Is a frequent upset stomach a sign of pregnancy
- Morning sickness doesn’t only happen in morning and doesn’t always include vomiting. Occur in around 7 out of 10 pregnant women.
- Is upset stomach and frequent bowels an early sign of pregnancy??
- I was not trying to get pregnant and when I found out we were pregnant, I thought I had some bug or something in my stomach. I had loose bowel movements at least 3 times a day, some light cramping and I just did not feel right. I would go t…
- Can having an upset stomach be a sign of pregnancy?
- It can be, but a lot of other things can cause an upset stomach. If you think you might be pregnant, get a test.
Related Questions Answered on Y!Answers
- is upset stomach and frequent bowels an early sign of pregnancy?
- Q: For the past 4 days ive had the worst menstral like cramps and upset stomach.And im having 3 to 4 bowels a day..is this an early sign of pregnancy?My hubby and i had unprotected sex about 5 times within the last week.so there is definantly a chance. Has anyone experienced this? PLease Help
- A: I was not trying to get pregnant and when I found out we were pregnant, I thought I had some bug or something in my stomach. I had loose bowel movements at least 3 times a day, some light cramping and I just did not feel right. I would go to your doctor and talk about your symptoms as well let them know that you and your husband have been having unprotected sex…they may send you for a blood test or they could do the urine test in the office. Also, I would pick up a HPT cause you never know.Not all women experience the same symptoms, I was nauseous the first few months but I did not throw up a lot, I had to deal with loose bowel movements instead. Make an appointment with your doctor.
- Could these be signs that labor is approaching? nausated, pelvic/rectum pressure,stomach upset, ect.?
- Q: 38 wks. and 4 days pregnant. Lately I have been having alot and more frequent braxton hicks contractions, some very painful. through out my whole pregnancy i have had problems with constipation and today i have had loose/frequent bowel movements. i have alot of pressure in my pelvic and rectum area. i have been very nausated. my stomach has been feeling upset soometimes like menstrual cramps. and last night i had a urge to clean the whole house even though i just did it 2 days ago. could these be signs that labor is approaching?
- A: I had diarrhea off and on for two weeks before I actually went into labor. A few hours before labor kicked in I REALLY had diarrhea, stomach ache, cramps, then stronger cramps, nausea. You could be gearing up for labor!
- pregnancy symptoms or just being paranoid (any advice is welcome)?
- Q: My fiancé and I have been engaged for 8 months, and though we aren’t planning on getting married for another year, I think I may have conceived either the Thursday before last, or that weekend. I’ve been on Yaz birth control for a year, and have never missed a pill but I have taken a pill 5 or 6 hours after I should have, and don’t take it at the same time every day. I know that birth control pills are supposed to be 99% effective, but I started having some weird things happen with my body so I looked up Yaz and there have been reports of many girls getting pregnant while on this pill (even with perfect usage).Usually I wouldn’t post a question like this, but as I stated earlier my body has started doing so abnormal things. The Sunday of the weekend in which I think I conceived, my face broke out very badly and remained that way until Wednesday, I’ve had frequent heartburn since last Tuesday which generally lasts from the time I go to sleep until 2 or 3 pm the next day and that causes me to be slightly nauseas (I haven’t vomited though), and in addition I have also been experiencing a very upset stomach; my face cleared up slightly this past Saturday, but that night when I got ready to sleep I started cramping a little and I woke up on Sunday with menstrual like cramps in my pelvic region/lower back which persisted until yesterday night but weren’t as heavy today. I know that’s generally just a sign of PMS, but I haven’t had cramps until the last day I start my period since I’ve started on birth control. That said, I shouldn’t be cramping until Saturday or Sunday. I looked up Implantation Cramping/Bleeding but I haven’t been spotting so I’m not sure if that’s what it is. Also, I find myself getting full quicker at meals but have become increasingly hungry for snacks throughout the day. I would like to state that I’m 21 and will be graduating from college with my B.S. in May, so I’m not an adolescent lol… I’m just slightly worried because though my fiancé and I want children some day, this isn’t quite the timing that we expected. :)Thank you!I know this is long, but I forgot to add that I haven’t taken any antibiotics that would counter-act the Yaz. I’ve only taken prescription strength asprin and a muscle relaxer for medical reasons. 🙂
- A: Congrats on the engagement!I’m not familiar with Yaz birth control, but I’ve heard of plenty of women getting pregnant on every other birth control pill, so it’s not a surprise that this one has exceptions, as well. Life likes to find a way. ;-)Your symptoms COULD be from pregnancy, but also from the flu, which is very common right now. However, the cramping sounds promising to me, because that is exactly how I felt after I conceived. I was cramping too early for when my period was expected, so it made me think of implantation cramping. Spotting and/or bleeding during implantation isn’t actually very common. It only happens in about 30% of pregnant women, and I didn’t have it. I had the cramping, though.Since it’s been almost two weeks since you think you conceived (you said Thursday before last, right?), then you could try to take a home pregnancy test. The First Response Early Result or Answer brand tests are your best option. Don’t buy blue-dye tests, because they are prone to false positives (called evaps). The early-result pink-dye tests are the best!I wish you all the luck, and I hope that you get the result you’re looking for. ^_^ And if you ARE pregnant, stop taking the pill right away! You might even want to stop now, since you’re suspecting that you might be, because it’s dangerous for the baby. Maybe you could use an alternate form of birth control until you know for sure, like a condom.