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    xoxohunny posted:
    these last past couple months i have felt very tired, headaches, severe back pains,heartburn, & my breast have gotten bigger and my nipples tingle and i also feel little flutters in my belly every so often. can someone please help me. my husband has noticed my strange reactions and is very comforting but how could i tell him i think i may be pregnant? i know he would be happy but i dont want to get his hopes up. but i also dont want him to be in shock if 9 months down the road and were in the delivery room with no idea whats going on.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Have you taken a test? If not, that's your first step.
    Proud mommy to PJ (4)


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