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Are these really all pregnancy symptoms? Really?

(10 Posts)
allhailtheaubergine Fri 08-Jul-11 07:33:32

Debilitating nausea (okay, I know that one is)
Spectacular dry heaving all day long (I look and sound like an elephant toad having an orgasm)
Belching (where is ALL THAT WIND coming from?)
Acid indigestion (from what? I can barely eat anything)
8000 wees a day (I am 7 weeks pregnant - there is nothing pressing on my bladder just yet so why did I have to wake to pee 3 times last night?)
The squits (every time I pee I poo liquid too) (sorry you had to hear that)

melliebobs Fri 08-Jul-11 08:52:05

i haven't experienced that butapparantly yes
yes ( somthing to do with all those pregnancy hormones racing around makes us need to go......alot)
and yes

GwendolineMaryLacey Fri 08-Jul-11 08:54:04

Totally and utterly yes, all of them. Sorry.

And once you get past the liquid poo stage, you hit the other end of the spectrum. Lovely hmm

owlbooty Fri 08-Jul-11 09:37:08

Yep; all of those. You wait til the wallpaper-peeling farts begin. grin

kri5ty Fri 08-Jul-11 09:41:47

yup they sure are!!
although i had the opposite to your last one!

Tillyscoutsmum Fri 08-Jul-11 09:43:51

Yes they are. Glamourous isn't it ?! I remember having all sorts of weird and wonderful symptoms at various stages in my pregnancies. I once said to my midwife that I was sure if I told her my head was falling off, she'd tell me it was just another common pregnancy symptom grin

allhailtheaubergine Fri 08-Jul-11 10:55:17

Oh god.

I am SURE I wasn't like this last time (husband assures me otherwise).

Also, I can small onions.

Lol @ head falling off. I think at this stage it would only be an improvement.

lolajane2009 Fri 08-Jul-11 11:03:41

yep had them all.

Renaissance227 Fri 08-Jul-11 11:08:07


allhailtheaubergine Fri 08-Jul-11 12:38:15

<whimpers pitifully>

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