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    An_249355 posted:
    I had 2 periods last month 11/01 and then 11/30, im not sure when i ovulated, i think i already have but im now spotting in between my period which i have never done that. Ive been having some heartburn, dizziness, nausea lately but im not sure if pregnancy is a posibility.. I could use some advice lol
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    MaryDS_TTC responded:
    Spotting between periods could be an early sign of pregnancy. This happened to me a few months ago (and never before in my life) so I got really excited. But then my period came right on schedule... Dang it!
     
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    An_249355 replied to MaryDS_TTC's response:
    I really hope that i am pregnant. But after 2 prev miscarriages its scarey, but fingers crossed, but ive never spotted before


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