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    am i pregnant?
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    axeylove posted:
    am 20 days late for my periods.i had slight bright red bleeding lasting for 2 mins which i could just wipe off yesterday with cramps.i have taken 5 urine preg tests-negative results. and i don't feel nauseated or vomiting or any cramping or headches or breast tenderness.i tried having unprotected sex during my fertile period but it was hardly sex as he didn't really ejaculate in me.i still have intact hymen also.i m scared...please help. i can't take blood tests and ultrasound sounds expensive...i might have bled once slightly (not sure) few days around my period dates were due.
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