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    could i be pregnant or is it more serious
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    haven't had a period in four months or a depo shot in six months every pregnancy test say negtive but i have many symptoms i feel sick all the time but i never throw up i feel like there's butterflies in my belly even when i have no reason to be nervous or anything i am very moody and tired all the time i have been haveing unexplained weight loss and gain over the past five months i have bad cramps where it feels like i have to poop but don't and im just lost at this point

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