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    could i possibly be prego
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    proudmomof2 posted:
    got off my monthly cycle 2 weeks ago i have 2 girls my fertile time seems to be right after my monthly a week after my cycle ended i had pink discharge very little tho just some on the tp paper about 4 hours be4 that i had a real sharp pain in my uterus like someone poked it then it was over and then the light pink spotting i dont know what to think i need some advice cause im on meds that could harm the fetus if i am prego i dont know what to do so i stopped all meds for now im not sure what to do please help
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    georgiagail responded:
    Have you considered taking a pregnancy test? That would seem to be the logical choice if there is a concern that you might be pregnant.

    Gail


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