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    Could I Be Pregnant
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    jasminacovington posted:
    I have had an IUD for almost seven years. I didn't have a cycle at all for the first five years, but upon getting my new one put in, I have had a a cycle twice a month. Lately however, I have been having serious pregnancy symptoms. My breasts are extremely sore and bigger, I am craving seafood all day every day. I can't keep anything on my stomach. Even my "boyfriend" keeps asking me if I am.

    What are the chances of me actually being pregnant with this IUD in?

    Please help!!!
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    There is always a chance of pregnancy any time you have sex, even when using birth control.

    Take a test.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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