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    hisbabygril posted:
    Hi, I have a question.. my husband and I are trying to have another baby! we had intercourse when I was supost to been ovulation and he swears that I am pregnant but I started bleeding on 2/23 and I bleed until 2/25; on the 25 I stopped bleeding in the early morning. and then now I am bleeding again but it isn't much I can only tell when I wipe... I was supost to ovulat on the 4 and 5 of this month. I am confused? I have been having signs that I might be but I dont know..... Thanks for your thoughts,
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