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    ki_ki28504 posted:
    Can you be pregnant without having any of the symptoms? With my first pregnancy, which ended in miscarriage, I didn't experience any symptoms until after I found out I was pregnant. I'm 11 dpo. Is it too early to test?
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    Yvette Smith, MD, MPH responded:
    Yes, you can be pregnant without having any symptoms. I would try to avoid doing pregnancy tests until 2 weeks have gone by. You're less likely to spend a lot of money on pregnancy tests if you're a little bit patient.
     
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    ki_ki28504 replied to Yvette Smith, MD, MPH's response:
    I'm 13 dpo today. My period is supposed to come on tomorrow. I've been cramping on and off today. At times, I can't even stand up straight. I never have cramping like this before my period. I'm also having a little bleeding. Could it be that I'm pregnant or just a sign of my period?


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