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    Another "could I be pregnant" post. :)
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    KP1985 posted:
    I stopped taking BC about 4 weeks ago because I was experiencing pretty much every bad side effect there was... Anyway, everything seemed normal & better until last week when I had some weird cramping, and then started last night I am just nauseous all the time. It's another week before I expect my period, so if I was preggers, this would be way to early to be experiencing morning sickness, right?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, it would be too early to be experiencing any pregnancy symptoms. Your body may just be adjusting to being off birth control. Remember, you may be a bit irregular until your body re-learns how to regulate its own hormones in the absence of the artificial ones in birth control
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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