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    Can I be pregnant?
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    An_255643 posted:
    I had sex when I was ovulating but I got my period when I was supposed to it was kinda of short but the next month it was very light and short. My lower back is always in pain and I have cramping. I always feel the need to eat and I always feel hot. Also I feel very tired and my mood changes more often. Is there a possibility I can be pregnant?
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    lovebird79 responded:
    It's hard to say.
    If your first period was a normal/heavy flow than probably not.
    But I have heard of women getting a period-like bleeding while pregnant.

    If you think you might be, than take a test.

    Good luck.


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