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    diherrhea during 2 trimester
    ann812 posted:
    am pregnant for the first time and was worried about a constant diherrhea problem. I have had for the past few days, and it is getting a little bit worse each day, i was wondering if it was normal or if i should get to the dr. i wasn't sure if it is because of me drinking more liquids than what i eat, which i know i shouldn't do but im strapped for money at the moment.
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Ann812 -

    Congratulations on your pregnancy!

    Hopefully you have talked with your doctor to get this under control. Please let us know what you found out and how you are doing.

    This may be helpful to figure out a good balanced diet -

    Eating Right While Pregnant
    Six Must Eat Food While Pregnant
    Pregnancy Food Facts: What's Safe to Eat?

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    Hope you are feeling better and enjoying your pregnancy,
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