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    Just wondering
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    katiepryor posted:
    Okay I went thru a phase where I had no appetite and just now kinda getting over it my boobs are not sore at all and last month I had a period that lasted 2days. I have had this throbbing minor pain that I've never really ever had befor in my lower back right above the top of my butt. Im not sure if I'm peein more hen normal of just drinking more. Idk I want to take a test but scared to at the same time
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    georgiagail responded:
    If you've engaged in unprotected intercourse, stop trying to diagnose pregnancy by symptoms and just take a pregnancy test.

    Gail


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