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    COULD I BE PREGNANT
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    NA8380 posted:
    I HAVE A QUESTION, COULD I GET PREGNANT WITH AN IUD I HAVE HAD IN FOR OVER 5 YEARS? MY BREAST HAVE BEEN VERY TENDER FOR A MONTH NOW AN I HAVE NO SIGNS OF A PERIOD. NEED A ANSWER, AN CANT AFFORD INSURENCE FOR A DOC HELP!!!!!!
     
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    scperdomo7 responded:
    Please remove your caps lock as it appears you are shouting via the internet

    Have you taken a home pregnancy test? That should be your first step after a missed period. And if you are, you would need to get some kind of prenatal care so you would eventually need to see a doctor.

    Also, you do not need insurance to see a doctor, you would just pay out of pocket for your visit.

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