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SavvyMV posted:
Ok, so some of you may think I'm crazy but work with me! When I got pregnant with my DS, I knew he was a boy since well before I even met his father from dreams I had growing up, however I have never had a dream about having more than one child. This April, we went to a local psychic fair, who confirmed that I would have a baby girl within three years (she said three was an important number for this pregnancy). Over the last couple days I've been having non-stop, recurring dreams. All of them have been about me being pregnant and telling everyone its a girl (yesterday's dream actually had me holding her). I'm two months late (officially) for my period. I took a pregnancy test a month ago however it came out negative. What do you think?!

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SavvyMV responded:
P.S. If I AM pregnant, then I would have had my last period 3 months after that prediction
 
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Anon_235460 responded:
I think you are stressing yourself out.
 
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SavvyMV replied to Anon_235460's response:
lol your probably right, cause the dreams stopped once I stopped worrying about it!
 
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Anon_235460 replied to SavvyMV's response:
If you think your are, you can alway go to the doctor and see if they will do a blood test, but my gut is saying that you just need to unstress and your period will come back.


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