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    am i pregnant ? HELP
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    An_252166 posted:
    hi ladies , last month around the 26nd i started spotting , it was only when i wiped it varied in color it was red , brown , and pink . i went on through this whole month with white creamy discharge then a few days ago i started spotting again and it was the same as last month but its on and off and theres a little bit more blood , its not the same as my period , my period has never been late i been having symptoms like my lower bacc been hurting , increased hunger , been tired , headaches , been sore , my throat was hurting outta nowhere and my lips been so dry !! no matter what i put on them nothing helps at all someone please help me i took a pregnancy test about 2 or 3 weeks ago and it was negative
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