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    cuttie1232002 posted:
    I got off birth control 7+ mths ago cause we are trying to have a baby. I had my period twice in nov. my last period in nov was 6 days early and that was suppose to be the dec. one. So the first day of my last period was 11/26/2012 and its 12/31/2012 and still no period should i test or wait a little longer? i have had minor cramps and my nips are sensitive. Boobs are HUGE! tommorrow ill be officialy a week late. Which has never ever happen.


    ***Ususaly my period are on time.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Since you're almost a week late, go ahead and test.


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