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    Anon_140573 posted:
    Wondering if i could be pregnant. I had a normal period on December 31st which lasted my normal 3 to 4 days. My husband and I really havent been doing much but maybe playing around some. Anyway. I didnt get my period at all in January. Did get something on the 31st of January which i thought was going to be my period but it was light and really didnt last and didnt need to use anything. I dont know what is going on. I have been feeling hungry alot lately but i have no other symptoms of being preggo. No achy breasts or feeling sick. Just seem hungry after I have already ate.
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