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    Where is AF???
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    amiller20 posted:
    Hello Everyone!

    So I have two wonderful children now, so I can remember what it was like to find out that I was pregnant. But now, I am 2 weeks late, crampy, being all the time, horrible headaches and extremly bloated! I have take 4 PT and all were BFN! I am starting to worry that something else is wrong with me. Has this ever happened to anyone? This is all new to me.
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    amiller20 responded:
    so now I got a faint positive test. Oh boy!
     
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    phoenixfire76 replied to amiller20's response:
    Then more than likely you are indeed pregnant. I would suggest treating yourself as such until you can get confirmation from a Dr.

    Best of Luck.


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