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kjc777 posted:
anyone else having stomach noises? im going to pay attention to mine closer, but i think it is mainly after i eat. but it is like light gurgling and squirting type noises. has to be kinda quiet to hear them. they sound like they are coming down low. makes me nervous because they are similar to my pre-period crampy tummy sounds. though i am almost 2 weeks late and have had 6 positive tests at home (a little obsessed) and good #s at the dr, im still paranoid! ugh, i drive myself crazy! anyway, wondered if anyone else's tummy's were singing to them? :pbpt:
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kmsorrels responded:
Mine has been making the gurguling noise too, after I eat. I dont know what it is but at least iI know Im not the only one now lol.
 
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sunanmoon75 responded:
Hormone cause the digestive tract to slow down a little which is why alot of preggos get constipated, your probably just hearing your food digesting, and a little gas for good measure LOL.
 
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sosach responded:
ha ha! mine does it all the time my daughter has started asking is that u or the baby making noises :sillygrin:
 
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kjc777 responded:
thanks for all the replies! i have started to notice a slowing down in the production dept with going #2. makes sense now. that's cute about wondering if it is you or the baby! haha. thanks everyone! :eek:


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