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Pregnant, diarrhoea, burping, stomach cramps, loss of appetite, feels nausea and weak. normal pregnancy hormone?

almost 8 weeks pregnant, have had soft stools for 2 weeks, and then diarrhea 3 times in 1 hour last night. My stomach makes loud noises and i burp constantly. I have upper stomach cramps and can not eat as i have no appetite and sometimes nausea . The cramps and noises get worse in the early evening. I used to have IBS-C now it s all soft and watery. Also i was in the Maldives 10 days ago when the nausea and really bad stomach upset started. I ve lost 3.5 kilos already, i have no energy to do anything. Is this normal pregnancy hormone stuff? The diarrhea seems unusual...
Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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The diarrhea you are having is not likely to be related to hormonal changes of pregnancy. You need to have proper treatment after stool examination. Taking lomotil till then for symptomatic relief will help.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
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