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    6 Embarrassing Pregnancy Symptoms
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Experts offer tips for coping with everything from excess gas to forgetfulness.

    To help you know what you can really expect when you're expecting, WebMD asked Stacy Quarty (author of Frankly Pregnant: A Candid Week-by-Week Guide to the Unexpected Joys, Raging Hormones and Common Experiences of Pregnancy). and two top obstetricians to explore six of the most common "unspeakable" side effects of pregnancy -- and give you the tips and advice you need to handle what comes your way!

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    jen93727 responded:
    I loved this article, it had me laughing in my office with my receptionist looking over at me like I was crazy...lol

    I have to admit I have unfortunately had experience with symptom #3. Sneezing, laughing and m/s brings this symptom on for me...
     
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff replied to jen93727's response:
    Glad you enjoyed, Jen! We need a good laugh once in a while...even if it is at ourselves!

    You remember that old saying "Smile, it makes people wonder what you're up to!" Still holds true.

     
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    preg_in_colorado responded:
    Thanks for posting this article. While recognizing that these unusual and unexpected symptoms exist is helpful, what I really appreciate is learning more about the underlying causes of them.
     
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    Kutlwano responded:
    It's good to know I'm not alone. I thought I was going crazy when every moment of my day was filled with me having to find a spot alone to pollute the air! And I do mean pollute because it is foul smelling! This never happened with my first child so I'm quite relieved to know it's normal!
    Starting 6th week but we still haven't told anyone because of a couple of thinking we were only for things to fall apart. We are visiting (1st) our dr this week and hope things go well.
     
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    TsukariAurora replied to Andie_WebMD_Staff's response:
    I love that quote, usually goes great with a devious laugh.
    Expecting her little bunny this December! XD


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