does it mean anything??

Discussion in 'Third Trimester' started by Becmummyof2, Feb 6, 2016.

  1. Becmummyof2

    Becmummyof2 Member

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    hiya this might be a bit to much info but im a little concerned....
    Basically for the last 2 weeks ive had diarrhoea, im lactose intolerant and have ibs but it doesnt feel related to them as ive had them issues for years, could it be related to my pregnancy, im 31+5 weeks with my second child, could this be an issue or normal related to the pregnancy. I dont feel ill or anything like that but obviously it leaves me feeling drained and dehydrated.

    Could anyone help me please
     
  2. andreatav

    andreatav Well-Known Member

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    Is it daily diarrhoea? If it is I'd go to Dr or mw just to check everything is ok. Or call your local mac/mau and ask them. Obv try to drink as much as possible to avoid dehydration for you and baby.
    Hope everything is ok.xx
     
  3. Becmummyof2

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    It is daily yes, i av got a scan and specialist appointment next week do you reckon i will be okay to wait until then xxx
     
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    I would probably give your midwife a call/txt this weekend if you can just incase they need to check your vitamin levels or something
     
  5. andreatav

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    I wouldn't wait tbh as the dehydration is bad for both for you. I'd definitely give mac a call, I did when I was vomiting blood and they wanted me to go in straight away, they are fantastic (in my experience!) Xx
     

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