Not sure If I am pregnant or not yet. If I am I'm about 3 weeks. I should be able to take a test by the end of this week. My concern is, I have been getting morning diarrhea for the past week. After anything and everything I eat or drink (Including water) until the late morning-mid afternoon. I don't understand why it only happens in the morning, but I've been told I should be eating healthy and taking care of myself and so this has be a little concerned.View Thread
Obviously I can't test yet, but I have a hunch that I am pregnant. If I am I would be 3 weeks. I don't want to stop my meds if I don't have to but I was wondering what effects meds, alcohol, and/or caffeine would have or if its too early to have an effect.View Thread
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