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Diarrhea during pregnancy is annoying, uncomfortable, and potentially puts you at risk of dehydration. Unfortunately, getting diarrhea during pregnancy is all too common, especially with all the changes your body is suddenly making. This article will discuss some of the causes for diarrhea during pregnancy, as well as what you can do to speed up recovery and cope with the symptoms.

Diarrhea, unlike constipation, is caused by things outside of your body. Some of these are a result of good habits and are a natural part of pregnancy, while others aren't so good for you.

Diarrhea can be caused by an increase in the intake of water, both in the form of water intake, as well as foods that are high in water content, such as fruits and vegetables. As your body gets more clean water available to its system, it begins to "clean house" and dump out toxins. This can lead to diarrhea during pregnancy.

Other causes of diarrhea are food poisoning, stomach flues, and so on.

The first step to curing diarrhea is to cut all foods that would cause your diarrhea to get even worst. This includes dried foods, spicy foods, as well a diary products. Most people aren't "lactose intolerant" to the degree that their system cannot take dairy products at all, but many are slightly allergic, to the degree that diary would irritate an already weakened system.

Drink plenty of "good" water, which does not include coca-cola and chicken noodle soup.

Diarrhea during pregnancy usually lasts just a few days. If it lasts any longer, it can be a sign of something more serious or possibly lead to dehydration. If diarrhea persists, consult your doctor or a medical professional immediately.

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