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    An_217932 posted:
    i have a doctor's visit soon and i don't know what centering is what type of apptointment is that
     
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    ebonyeye responded:
    Never heard of it, try googling it or just call the office and ask.
    Me(31)~ DIAGNOSED w/PCOS in '05 EDD~(2/26/11)~LETS GO PINK TEAM!!
     
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    mindy48875 responded:
    Hmm....not sure either....????
    Me(28)(DH(28) DS(2) via unnecesarian DS(1)VBAC! and the 3rd on the way! VBAC hopeful again!
     
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    reb_hun responded:
    type it in in the search thing that's at the top, it will tell you. it said something about learning about motherhood and what not. i've never heard of it either.


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