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    I had a Miscarriage 3/2011
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    Fatafehi_8674 posted:
    Hello All,

    I am a mother of 3 kids 19,16,13yrs old. I will be married now for almost a year and my husband and I are trying to get pregnant. I had a Miscarriage in 3/2011. No luck since then..I am experiencing some Sciatic Nerve pain today 1/4/2013 in which i do remember experiencing this pain when indeed I was pregnant with my other kids even before my missed period..I am praying this is a sign of pregnancy.. I also have tender breasts and slight cramps, I am not supposed to start my period until 1/6/2013.. Can anyone please help me with this? I appreciate it completely!
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