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    Am I Pregnant ???
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    BrittBelle12 posted:
    I just had my period ( started on sept. 22) but during my period i started becoming very naseous and sleepy. My symptoms have not went away yet and the site or thought of some foods make the feeling even worse. My period was normal ( with cramps and all !!) and it lasted about 5 or 6 days and the last time i had intercourse was the day before it started. I was also having tender nipples but i often get that with my period. is there any way i could be pregnant
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    If you were pregnant, it would be too early for symptoms. Yes, it is still possible to be pregnant if you happened to ovulate during your period (it happens).
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