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Loose stools, no cramping before menstruation date. Are these symptoms of pregnancy?

My period is due tomorrow, but I have not any cramping. I had a bit last week for part of a day, but that was it. I tried to conceive three days before I ovulated this month. The only odd thing is that I have been having VERY loose stools for a few days now. Tests are negative, but then again with my last the test didn t read positive until the day after my period was due. Are no cramping and loose stools a sign of early pregnancy? :) Thank you so much for your valuable time!
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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hi there, you seem to be very eager to be pregnant. Loose stools or no cramping is no evidence of pregnancy and the best thing to do would be to wait for a week if you do not get your periods then repeat the pregnacy test and if required get an ultrasound preferably transvaginal or a serum HCG levels done to confirm pregnacy, in the mean while take plenty of fluids, soft diet, probiotics and see if your loose stools stop and if reqired get a stool exam done for ova and cyst or any bacterial infection in case the symptoms continue for more than 2 days. Take care.
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