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    nancy2584 posted:
    ok in july about a week and half before my period i was having strong pregnancy symptoms some that happen to the women in my family, anyway on the 15th i started then on july 29th i woke up with pain and then bleeding, my period had ended on the 17th witch is long for me, i went to the dr and he told me that i have low pregesterone levals and to call him immediatly when i concieve to be put on meds well now im starting to get those same symptoms but stronger any suggestions should i go and test??
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