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    Anon_41741 posted:
    I started my period 5 days early and it was only a day and a half long. I haven't been on birth control in over a year now. My husband and I are not trying but only taking minimal precaution (no condoms). Could I be pregnant or is there another explaination? With my other 2 children I continued to have a period until I was 3 months pregnant. Please advise. Thanks in advance,
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    mommyin2011 responded:
    your best bet is to take a test to know for sure!! good luck!
    Me (29) DH (30) 1st baby due 7/31/11 - It's a BOY!!
     
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    sbk81 replied to mommyin2011's response:
    Thanks.


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