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    An_250179 posted:
    Good morning all,
    I have a question i have taken a pregnacy test and it came back positive but i was 15 days late and on the 15th day i started bleeding but it was just some spotting at first but then it got heavier. Its not a consistent flow like my usual periods. So my question is has anyone else experienced this and im i pregant or not? Please help. I have an appointment with an ob monday 02/04/2013.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    If you had a positive pregnancy test, you're pregnant. Some women have period-like bleeding during pregnancy and go on to have healthy pregnancies.
     
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    Sherbear2010 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    Ok thanks.


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