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    I get my period every 26 days for years now. I can count on it..sore breast for a week before and nausea for 2days before. Well this month I got my period 7days early. No sore breast or nausea. Today I started spotting very light red more on the thicker side, with sore breast and heartburn out this world for a week now. My boyfriend and I have been having unprotected sex regularly for almost a year now. But I was told I probably couldn't get pregnant again cause I had that Mirena and it ruptured through my uterus and massive internal bleeding and emergency surgery. Any way what do u all think?
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