Why Do You Get Diarrhea During Implantation? Is There Any Risk of Miscarriage?


The previous article introduced how you can tell when it’s implanted – and one of the signs is having diarrhea. However, why do you get diarrhea during implantation in the first place?

And when bad diarrhea happens, some pregnant women get worried about having miscarriage!

This article will introduce the reasons why you get diarrhea upon implantation and whether there is risk of miscarriage or not.

Why do you get diarrhea?

One of the causes is the disorder of the autonomic nervous system due to the secretion of estrogen (follicle hormone) and progesterone (progesterone). Disorder of the autonomic nervous system reduce bowel function and cause constipation and diarrhea.

In addition, the disorder of autonomic nervous system leads to disorder of thermoregulation and causes diarrhea.

Do you get miscarriage when you have diarrhea?

If you get diarrhea during early pregnancy or very early pregnancy, you may be worried about miscarriage due to abdominal pressure or movement of the intestines.

However, having diarrhea does not cause miscarriage. You will be concerned about your baby, naturally, but too much worrying will lead to the negligence of your own physical condition. So avoid getting dehydrated due to diarrhea. Consider your health first and drink plenty of water.

You don’t need to be worried about miscarriage too much.

When you get diarrhea, eat something that is easily digestible. Boiled rice and hot noodles are the best. You may want to eat cold foods during the hot season, but it will make your stomach cold so these foods should be avoided.

When diarrhea gets better, start eating stomach-friendly carbohydrates. Eat protein such as tofu a little at a  time while regularly checking the condition of the stomach. A cold drink can burden your stomach and cause diarrhea to last longer. So try to drink warm or hot drinks as much as possible.

Is it dangerous when you have diarrhea with stomach ache, nausea, or chills?

If you have just had diarrhea, plenty of hydration and rest, you won’t have to worry too much. However, you need to be careful of abdominal pain, nausea, and chills because these are not causes of the disorder of the autonomic nervous system.

When you have abdominal pain, nausea and chills, it may not be convenient to visit the doctor. However, it’s recommended just in case there are other diseases that are causing these symptoms. So ask your partner or family to take you to hospital.

Diarrhea with abdominal pain

The causes of diarrhea with abdominal pain include irritable bowel syndrome, food poisoning, appendicitis, viral enteritis, acute enteritis and parasites. It varies from chronic to acute, but in case of severe abdominal pain, see your doctor immediately and inform the doctor about the possibility of pregnancy.

Diarrhea with nausea

The causes of diarrhea with nausea include overdrinking or overeating, cold, irritable bowel syndrome, infection with bacteria and viruses, and food poisoning. In addition to diarrhea and nausea (vomiting), there is also at risk of dehydration. Since you may be not able to eat well, it is recommended to visit your doctor.

Diarrhea with chills

The causes of diarrhea with chills include food poisoning, overdrinking, overeating, cold, stress, appendicitis, and infectious gastroenteritis. Warm your body and lie down to rest so that you can recover naturally. If symptoms last for a long time, and you are unable to recover from chills and diarrhea , see your doctor as soon as possible.


Even if implantation does not happen, it is still troublesome when you get diarrhea. Mind your physical condition on a daily basis so that you can meet your cute baby and have a healthy pregnancy. If you have a stomach ache, chills, or nausea with diarrhea, do not hesitate to see your doctor.

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