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    could i be preg again PLEASE HELP
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    Chelsea0523 posted:
    have a 3month old son and i have had 3 on time periods and this month when it was supposed to come on the 26th it didnt ... i have been having alot of crampy feelings and mood swings and breast are super tender... please help
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    An_250560 responded:
    try a home pregnancy test.

    If your next period doesn't come, then go to the doctor just in case.

    I've heard that it takes awhile to get back to your cycle so don't worry too much if you miss a period or two - especially if you are breastfeeding.


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