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im feeling the same thing!
YAY! im not the only one lol.. im 17 years old ,im a teen mom. I had my son six months ago. Ever since 4months ago ive been feeling something move inside me like a baby kicking. Ive done over 5 pregnancy test all Negative. About a week ago i went to a family planing clinic to get the depo-provera they did a pregnancy test there to negetive ofcorse i got the shot. Just now i felt something move like a big kick it scared me really bad i told my mom and she said i was crazy. Still dont know what exactly is this movement im feeling inside me. Please respond if you know something ..thanks
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