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    Wantababy posted:
    I had my IUD removed on the 6th of March. My last period started on the 2nd of march and ended on the 7th. My ovulation calander indicated the 19th and 20th to be ovulation days. I had sex on both thoses days. From then I have felt tired during the day. My breasts have almost grown a cup size and I have been emotional from the 6th of March. I shoud start my next period on the 4th of April but it seems that it is three days early. I am not sure if it is a normal period or spotting. I have not had a normal period due to the IUD I had for the last 5 years.

    When should I take a pregnancy test?

    Could my breasts increase in size after removing the IUD?
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    Wantababy responded:
    Wantababy: I left this out: I have also had a strange taste in my mouth and bad breath.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You say your period is 3 days early. Is it spotting or regular bleeding? If it's just spotting, go ahead and take a test.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)
     
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    peteregan responded:
    Pregnancy tests are cheap (if you buy them online instead of in a pharmacy, lab or doctor's office). We're talking $5-$10 to know for sure one way or the other. I'd say that's a decent investment.


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