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    Feeling crampy and tired
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    ABrooks posted:
    Still waiting until after my expected period to take the test. I think the waiting is the worst part of this after of course the disappointment of a negative result or getting AF. Hopefully it happened this month. With so much going on financially, I haven't stressed as much about pregnancy, but now I starting to since my period is about a week away. I have been crampy and tired lately, so here's hoping!
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    An_249661 responded:
    Hi there- Any update??? How are things going?


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