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    Odd symptom; pregnancy related or antidepressant withdrawal?
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    27andPrego1stTme posted:
    I've read a lot online and by book about pregnancy seeing as this is my first time and still have not found anything concerning my specific problem. I have not had my 1st "official appoint" with OB but my PCP says she thinks I'm about 6-8 weeks. This past week I have had horrible diarrhea every day! I'm drinking lots of water and not really eating anything out of the norm (ok maybe one serving of chili cheese fries!) but it still hasn't gone away. Should I be concerned or is this normal? I have also been coming off of my antidepressants and thought maybe that could have something to do with it.
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    lettemommyof2 responded:
    When i was pregnant with my son i always had it too, ugh it sucked. I was so confused i thought if anything you should be constipated right? lol anyways it didnt go away for a while but everything ended up fine


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