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4 Weeks 3 Days Pregnant
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EW11022009 posted:
Cramps is not abnormal. I knew something was up when I missed my period. I tested two days after it was supost to start in the morning. It was positive. I have had cramps all this time, but good news it is slowley getting better. I don't have them as much as I did at first which made me wonder if I was expecting. So just don't worry and make sure to test in the morning first urin is most accurate.
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dontreallyknow responded:
well i had my last peirod in october.. i had sex the day before i started.. and a night or 2 ago like i said i was at my bfs house and we had just got done having sex, i noticed that while i was on top it kinda felt not normal lol, like it didnt hurt or anything but it felt liek a really dull pain everytime he thrusted.. i dont know if its normal or anything.. he is only my 2 sexual partner... but its like i spotted or something and i know it was him cause i asked him is he had anything pink on him and he said no and i even checked and there was nothing.. i just need help


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