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    ectopic pregnancy
    brezzy posted:
    ok my name is briana
    my situation is last month Nov 30 or the 31 i had my period
    a few days later i had sex while on my period which resulted inmy period ending early.
    it is now January n i haven't had a period n December which lead me to believe that i could be pregnant even tho I haven't yet took an pregnancy test, i had been pregnant twice which resulted in two abortions.Yesterday doing the night i started to bleed really heavy enough to wear a pad all day but now its very light.I do not have any pregnancy symptoms that are noticeable to me due to what i experienced.I ve been reading about ectopic pregnancy and i want to know if this is the condition im facing or could i been experiencing a delay in my period for other reason?

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