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    something is wrong with me
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    ebertmarl posted:
    I have not had a period since march and Ihave taken several pregnancy test and each are negative. could i be pregnant Im so lost I am not onany medications or anything.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    No on can tell you why you have skipped two periods. You will need to see a doctor.
    Proud mommy to PJ (4)
     
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    jenica1432 responded:
    I did the same thing i even was throwing up. It turned out i have Ecoli. Apparently it has the same symptoms as pregnancy.
     
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    phoenixfire76 responded:
    Your best option would be to see a Dr. if you can.
    Best of luck.
    Me:36, DH:46, DD:17, DD:17, DD:17, DS:14, DD:11, DS:9 and 2 cats.


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