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Tuesday, January 13th 2015, 12:21pm

TMI warning - Imodium in pregnancy

Hi ladies, a bit of a gross one I know, I am currently 6 weeks pg and prob like most of u anxious about everything! I have a terrible upset stomach today, does anyone know if it's safe to take Imodium or should I just ride it out?

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Tuesday, January 13th 2015, 12:44pm

Hi, Pip
Unfortunately, the safest course would be to ride it out. According to the NHS website it simply says that if you are pregnant you should not use Loperamide (imodium)
Get as much rest as you can and make sure you take PLENTY of fluids.

Hope you feel better soon

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Tuesday, January 13th 2015, 2:18pm

Sorry pip I have to agree riding it out would prob be for the best, I got quite a few upset tummies early on, hope your feeling well otherwise

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Tuesday, January 13th 2015, 2:42pm

Thanks ladies, I wouldn't mind riding it out at home but I'm at work so not the best, but my little embie on board is the most important thing so will hang in drinking my water. Thanks ladies
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Tuesday, January 13th 2015, 6:55pm

Pip try eating high fibre for a few days, although fibre is known to help go to the loo it also helps with a bit of normality if u know what I mean :) xx

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Tuesday, January 13th 2015, 7:24pm

Thanks sasha I will give it a try
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Tuesday, January 13th 2015, 7:29pm

:thumbdown: I was the same in the first tri. Pretty gross but better than throwing up! Hope it passes soon x

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Wednesday, January 14th 2015, 10:11am

How you feeling now PIP? xx

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Wednesday, January 14th 2015, 11:25am

Hi Rachel it has calmed down a bit from yesterday thanks just being careful what I eat
Hope u r doing well?
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