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    Came on your menstrual cycle a week early
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    An_253182 posted:
    Me and my boyfriend have been talking for 2years know. Last month I didn't know that I had came on my cycle and this monthI have came in a week early I'm keeping headache please help me before I go to the doctor to see if I am or if it is all in my head.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Before you go to the doctor and see if you're what? Pregnant? Having an early period is not a sign of pregnancy if that's what you're wondering but it is a good idea to have it checked out.
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