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    Foxhan85 posted:
    My boyfriend and i have been having unprotected sex ever since my period went off and he has ejackulated if i spelled it right ha ha to many times in me and i am going to the doctors on thursday but my period came on july 10 and went off july 14 and i am gaining weight a whole lot of weight where people think i am pregnant which i might be, but the question is can the doctor tel if you are pregnant when they do a pelvic exam or not.
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    reb_hun responded:
    they might be able to, you could always have them do a blood test or an ultrasound just to make sure have you taken a home pregnancy test yet? good luck


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