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increased toilet trips...not talking wee! anyone else?

(11 Posts)
threecurrantbuns Tue 12-Jul-11 14:35:09

Has anyone had this in early pregnancy? Don't know if I am or not waiting a bit to test but wondered if it happens to some women

allhailtheaubergine Tue 12-Jul-11 15:02:53


I had the squits from week 4 to week 6.

HidingInTheUndergrowth Tue 12-Jul-11 15:06:21

Me to!

Though I also manage to get constipated as well. From my indepth google research I think it is just a part of morning sickness and as long as you drink plenty of water to stay hydrated you should be ok.

I guess if it gets really bad you should get it checked out though.

Eifos21 Tue 12-Jul-11 15:15:33

I wish! Suffering from the opposite.

candr Tue 12-Jul-11 18:39:08

Yep, and found it happening again from 26 weeks. Hope it stops!

threecurrantbuns Tue 12-Jul-11 19:11:01

Ok thanks well sometimes I get it once before perIod arrives so maybe its that time will tell.

pregnantmimi Wed 13-Jul-11 00:54:45

Yes in the first trimester I went for poos about 4 times a day instead of normal one or one every two days.

I actually commented on this to friends some had the same some didnt.

Actually pretty much the whole 3 months all I did was be sick poo and sleep my husband joked I was like a baby!!

threecurrantbuns Wed 13-Jul-11 08:46:39

That how I was yesterday not like me at all

Squiglettsmummy2bx Wed 13-Jul-11 12:00:23

Yep same here from 4 weeks & it just seems to be easing off now at 9 x

NearlyHeadlessnickelbabe Wed 13-Jul-11 12:05:19

yeah, i think it's because of the period-like symptoms in early preganncy grin

don't worry, by week 12, you'll be so desperate for a poo, you'll be begging your bowel every time you go to the toilet! shock

IssyStark Wed 13-Jul-11 15:53:48

Yep: I've always been loose in pregnancy rather than constipated (and I prefer it that way wink)

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