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    Browneyez91 posted:
    never missed my period before the day i was suppose to have it a lil bit came out but when i changed my pad and went back the second trip nothing is there so here we are 6 days late still no period and i keep spotting but then when i go and whipe myself Nothing is there what could be wrong ????
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Probably nothing. Many women skip a period here and there and are not pregnant. No particular reason for it happening and usually no cause for concern.

    If you've had sex since your last period, even if it was protected, pregnancy is a possibility.


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