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    I have been having some issues
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    An_253019 posted:
    Okay so July 15 I had sex, he came in me yada yada about two days later i started to feel sick and started to eat foods i prefer not to even look at like meat and eggs.. It continued on for a few days. I stopped feeling sick but still eat like mad. For the last 3 years i have had one meal a day or nothing and now i can't stop eating, and then my period was spouse to start the 25th of july and it was like a day late but i started to discharge about 3 days before i started. I don't know if i have started though. it has been like i have just been spotting for the week so far. i have really bad back pains and i get random cramps once in awhile. what do i do?
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Have you taken a pregnancy test?


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