Implantation is the exact moment when you get pregnant, and you may want to know when it actually happens.
Many women think that it’s hard to tell if you are pregnant unless you start to experience morning sickness in the very early pregnancy. However, there are other small signs that you can look out for that signify implantation.
This article will introduce how you can tell when implantation happens!
First of all, what is diarrhea?
Diarrhea is a soft stool that contains more water than a normal stool. If your body condition is normal, the percentage of water in the stool is about 70%, and when you have diarrhea, the percentage of water in the stool is over 80%. When 90% or more of the stool is water, it becomes unshaped aqueous diarrhea.
Is there a difference between the very early pregnancy symptoms and the premenstrual symptoms?
Some women have PMS and many of them think that menstruation will come soon when they are feeling the usual symptoms. However, these symptoms could be a sign for pregnancy as well. Because the symptoms are almost same, many women miss the period of implantation.
It’s kind of hard to tell if you get pregnant or not by checking the PMS symptoms.
You may have pain on the abdomen, headaches, tiredness, a decreases or an increase in appetite, a slight fever or diarrhea. Therefore, if there is a possibility of pregnancy, it is safer not to take medicine for colds or diarrhea. We will explain diarrhea during implantation in more detail.
What types of diarrhea are there?
When it comes to diarrhea, some people don’t even wonder about what they ate recently that caused them to have it. And many of us don’t even know that there are types of diarrhea.
In fact, there are two types of diarrhea, “acute diarrhea” and “chronic diarrhea”. This is based on the period of time that the diarrhea lasts.
Suddenly one day, you may have diarrhea with abdominal pain, etc. that lasts for about 2 weeks. This is called acute diarrhea, and most people have experienced it.
- Drinking and eating too much
- Excessive alcohol intake
- Body gets cold
- Allergic reaction
These can be considered as causes for acute diarrhea. Acute diarrhea happens more often to people in our daily life.
Treatment of acute diarrhea
During diarrhea, gastrointestinal function decreases. If you don’t do anything about it and spend your time as usual, recovery will be delayed.
It is easy to become dehydrated during acute diarrhea. Therefore, do not forget to take water. It’s better to drink water at room temperature or lukewarm water that do not stimulate the gastrointestinal condition too much. And then fast for about half a day to rest your body and start eating foods that are gastrointestinal friendly such as vegetable soup.
If you feel like you are not recovering after you’ve rested your stomach, you need to see your doctor.
Symptoms of diarrhea lasting for more than 2 weeks, or recurring diarrhea, is called chronic diarrhea.
For many people, there may be times when they are unable to tell whether they still have diarrhea or not. Most causes are non-infectious stress called “irritable bowel syndrome”. It happens when you get nervous, anxious , or lack sleep.
In addition, if you lose weight or have bloody stool in addition to diarrhea, there is a possibility of another disease. So, you should see your doctor for a checkup.
Treatment of chronic diarrhea
Be aware of dehydration when you have acute diarrhea. Don’t drink cold drinks, stimulant foods or drinks, and foods that are high in dietary fiber. It is important to relax by drinking a hot drink such as lukewarm water. In addition, it’s important to supplement your diet with lactic acid bacteria and lactobacillus bifidus, such as yogurt, to adjust and improve the condition of the intestinal environment every day.
Maintaining a healthy gut is also a key to enjoy your life without stress. Diarrhea is one of the symptoms that signify implantation. It might be messy but it’s still a sign!
In our next article, we’ll tell why you get diarrhea during implantation.