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    could i be pregnant
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    cantfindaname posted:
    took a pregnantcy test and it was negative, i have a normal period each month but my tummy continues to grow as well as my boobs i have gained 7 extra pounds over the last 3 in a half months have morning sickness and now feel movement, i have no health insurance, should i request a ultra sound? I have two grown children and know how it feels to be preggo and i truely feel i am but totally puzzled! any suggestions?
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    lovebird79 responded:
    You should go to the doctor, ask for a blood test.
    If that's negative, than talk to your doctor about more options.

    If you feel something's not right, then ask for an ultrasound... sometimes we need to tell our doctors what to do... even if it's just for piece of mind


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