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    Could I be pregnant?
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    An_252949 posted:
    My period was due on the 20th of this month.... My last period was on June 20th.... I had sex on June 13 and again on June 20..... The day of my period I started spotting a little than it went away than I had sex..... The next day i started having pinkish spotting but no period and every since than i have been spotting..... I woke up 1 mornin 2 use the bathroom and all of a sudden i got really dizzy. I layed down in bed and i felt even dizzier...... Now I'm 6days late 4 my period...... The spotting has finally went away.... Could I b pregnant??
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    jc60304 responded:
    It certainly sounds possible. You should take a test. Free testing is typically available at women's health clinics and home kits are very inexpensive these days (also available at dollar stores though those are not as sensitive as the name brands at pharmacies).
     
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    fcl responded:
    Why not just take a home pregnancy test and see? If you are you'd certainly be far enough along to test positive.


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