Colace is 50-300 mg per day in divided doses. As long as you are not
exceeding the recommended amount, then it is safe for the pregnancy. If
Colace is not working for you, there are other safe medications for
constipation that you can take, including Milk of Magnesia, Metamucil, and
Senokot, which are all over the counter. If these OTC meds are not working
for you, then you need to speak with your doctor. You should also be
drinking plenty of water every day and following a high fiber diet.
after implantation. While this happens around the time of a missed cycle,
it should not bleeding typically seen with menses. In general, any bleeding
in pregnancy is not normal and should warrant further evaluation.
symptoms cyclically. However, there are many other causes of constipation.
I would recommend you follow-up with you doctor for evaluation.
pills early. You should follow-up with your Ob/Gyn to discuss further.
However, if you have a strong family history of breast cancer, you may
qualify for earlier screening exams. You should have an annual exam with
your Ob/Gyn to discuss these risks and complete a breast exam. I would
recommend scheduling an appointment with your Ob/Gyn to discuss
your family history and personal risk of breast cancer.