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    could I be pregnant
    beautifully_made243 posted:
    Ok I was on the implanon for 2yrs and I got off of it in december... I feel pregnant lower stretch like pain in the lower abdominal area, no period as of yey, nausea, fatigue. Basically all the signs of pregnancy but all my yest say negative I am at least 1 1/2 months late from having a period. Please help.
    beautifully_made243 responded:
    Also have frequent urination
    beautifully_made243 replied to beautifully_made243's response:
    Anyone have anything
    Chance413 responded:
    My only suggestion is to go to your doctor& request a blood test. That is the only way you can be 100% sure. Good luck.
    beautifully_made243 replied to Chance413's response:
    Thank you its just confusing lol.
    Anu06 responded:
    Hey dear...

    I think your eggs are not properly mature. You should take [a title="Link: undefined" rel="nofollow">Ova Boost to promote the egg quality & ovarian function.


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