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    It is posible not know you are pregnant?
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    An_220453 posted:
    Im 40 old and finished a clomiphene treatment (first dose-first cicle). The doctors told me made the pregnancy test on 28 this month. The question is...it is posible to notice something before the day of the test?
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    QueenOfStarWars responded:
    I never had clomiphene (my sister did), but for my last pregnancy, I noticed implantation bleeding before I took the test.

    The wait is forever, isn't it?????
    Jeannie [Me (37); DH (41); DD 22mos (EDD 12/23/2008 but born at 33 wks on 11/9/2008); EDD for 2: 10/18/2010 Pink Team]


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