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    alexismack posted:
    my last period was feb13-feb20 me and my husband had sex everyday afterFeb22-feb28 on feb 26 i was at work and had a huge watery clear/white dicharge ive been having stomach cramps and light back pain. can i be pregnate?
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    thistledown1973 responded:
    You probably ovulated on February 26; the discharge you mentioned sounds like ovulation. The cramping could be ovulation pain (cramping at ovulation is a normal documented phenomenon for some women). It's too early to know if you conceived; most pregnancy tests won't even detect hormone until a few days before your next period is due, and some will still not turn positive until you are few days overdue. Patience.
     
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    alexismack replied to thistledown1973's response:
    thanks i will let you know


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