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Can having stomach pain early morning, with feeling wanting to evacuate without results be a symptom of pregnancy?

Hi i have been waking up every moring in stomach pain and hungry but i feel so sick like i have to go to the bathroom but i cant what is this i mean i know im not constapatied cause i end up going durning the day like four time could this be a sign of that per period sydrom or pergant cause its my due date and i havent got my aunt flow yet
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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Sometimes it is usual for a mild diarrhea to occur just before the onset of a period due to the prostaglandin release that happens prior to the onset of menstruation. As you have been having this pain and sickness, it is more likely that you have an infection and need to be treated. You may see your doctor for an exam and if you miss your period, you can wait for a couple of days before taking the test. You may need medication for your gastro-intestinal ailment. Take care.
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