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ashtray posted:
My period started over 3 weeks late , but I have had all the symptoms of pregnancy? I feel like my body is going through something. Could I be pregnant?
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
Some women have period-like bleeding during pregnancy. A test wouldn't hurt. You can even take one while bleeding.
 
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trustme_imknowstuff responded:
Hi Ashtray,

With a user name like that it makes me think that you may be unhealthy and most likely not pregnant. I would go to the clinic if I were, you say your body feels strange and your are having symptoms of pregnancy. It's best to get it check out. Sometimes, I know because I was the same way, we get so obsessed with pregnancy symptoms because deep down we want to have a baby. Take care of your health and make an appt. with your doctor. You should start taking prenatal pills and cut back on smoking/drinking if you do. But to answer your question, you are probably not pregnant. Take a test.

Best wishes,
Neasha


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