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    Possibly pregnant?
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    Anon_130675 posted:
    I am starting to worry just a little bit. My periods have been very regular for the past few years, until last month when I started on the 25th of Oct. I bled normally for the first five days and then after that I continued to bleed very lightly for another 8 days (mostly only bled after having sex). Now I still have not started my period for this month and I dont know whether to assume I am just late due to my longer period last month or allow myself to get somewhat excited.......any thoughts would be much appreciated.....
     
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    MaryDS_TTC responded:
    If you've had a missed period, I'd definitely take a pregnancy test. You can get them cheap at the dollar store.


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