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    PLEASE HELP! POSSIBLE MISSCARRIAGE??
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    Surace2437 posted:
    Ok, i'm going to make this as simple as possible. In November 2, 2012 I had my copper IUD removed and was put on Lo Loestrin that same day. I started my cycle on Nov.5, 2012 lasted 3 days. December 5, 2012 it lasted only about 1 hour. I stopped taking my Lo Loestrin pills in December. I felt fluttering in my belling,in the last two weeks, and so i was convinced i was most likely pregnant. I had no cycle for January, until today which is January 23, 2013. I'm not in severe pain, just mild cramping pain. I'm set to see my doctor until Feb. 11, 2013. What do i need to to? Is this a possible Misscarriage? Or is it my body trying to regulate itself? PLEASE HELP!
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    mrscanterbury1 responded:
    it could be both things go see your doctor or go to a hostpital


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