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    to test or not to test
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    BrittneyKing posted:
    I post a deisscussion earlier this month because I was late. I was 18 days late, and then on the 24th of I began to spot. I spotted for two days and then for the next 3 days I ahd what seemed to be a light period. I spotted on the 29th and there has been nothing since then. I still have some cramping and my breast still itch and ache a little. I also still feel extremely bloated. Should I take another pregnancy test? Is it a possibilty that I could st be pregnant?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, you could still be pregnant. Since your "period" was light, it's possible. Go ahead and take another test. If it's negative, yu can see your doctor for a blood test.
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