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    A possibility that i could be pregnant?
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    missjazzierae15 posted:
    So I think I could be pregnant. I have a couple of the signs so far. I have been sleeping 2-4 hours after class everyday. I feel nauseous sometimes before or after I eat. I havent had an appateite for a couple weeks and allso my breasts are super sensitive. Before I take a pregnancy test I was wondering if I can have some opinions?
     
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    Sarah McMoyler, RN responded:
    From my personal and professional opinion- you have the classic symptoms. A home pregnancy test should easily verify for you.

    Keep us posted?

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    Sarah McMoyler RN
    www.thebestbirth.com
     
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    tona2404 replied to Sarah McMoyler, RN's response:
    I been having some trouble with my period.
    1 month i came on my period 2 month i didnt come on, its been like this for about 4 months now. All of a sudden around the 5 and the 6 month i came on like i supose to. When i come on its light wen I go off its okay but in that same month i started spotting brown an sometime pink. when the next month come i dont come on at all. please help me out here


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