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flaca1983 posted:
Hi i was in need some help ive been TTC for a while my last period was March 2 and no show of anut flo yet. My breast have been aching and just this sunday April 4 as i got off my truck and felt a dull stabbing pain in my lower abdomen **but not unberable** -just uncomfortable. Now its gone down also to the ovaries (again nothing horrible just weird) Could this mean a pregnacy or something else
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phoenixfire76 responded:
Take a test asap with 1st morning urine and go from there.

Best of Luck.
 
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hgreenwood7058 responded:
It could mean you are pregnant. It could also mean you had a small ovarian cyst rupture. Best way to find out is to take a test and/or see your dr. for further testing
 
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flaca1983 replied to phoenixfire76's response:
YAY!!!!!
I took a test on friday and a faint positive came up 2 days later TODAY actually 2 PINK LINES Im soooo happy
 
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sharebare replied to flaca1983's response:
Congratulations!!! :) :)
 
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hgreenwood7058 responded:
Congrats!


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