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    Pain Pills and pregnancy?
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    danny9019 posted:
    My sister is 32 and she had 4 kids by the time she was 22. She started at 14. Well after her fourth kid she decided to get a clamp in her hoo ha. I think it last 5 yrs. Well she has been on pain medication for a couple years now and her addiction is really bad. Being nice I would say her pill count is almost to 10 perk a day. and I would believe they are the 10's.. idk im not that experenced with that stuff. But my question is could she be pregnant? If she takes all that medication in a day then could she be. I am sure she does xanex also but that is once a week maybe. I believe she got her clamp done 11 or 12 years ago. I am worried for the baby's health if she could be. I believe she said she is a week and three days late. and she is usually on time.... hopefuly she can't get pregnant for the childs sake of my sister. I know that is mean but its true.
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