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    Tiffanys81 posted:
    ok I have a question for the last month my left leg has been hurting fron then calf and the pian is moving up now it is hurting like I have cramps I don't understand how this pain is moving ive had my blood check and a cat scan and they even checked for blood colts and everything is normal but my sister told me I could be pregnant and not know it could it be that can my body change this fast
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    First, it's sort of hard to read your post since you didn't use any punctuation.

    Second, pain is usually not a sign of pregnancy until late in the pregnancy. You need to keep working with your doctor to find out what's wrong.
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