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    An_251138 posted:
    Hi!! I am pregnant! Yay! I'm so excited but the suspense is killing me.. I'm not sure how far along I am. My body is very regular and my periods are usually 3 days of spotting 3-5 days of heavy bleeding and three more days of spotting. February I spotted for three days, bleed heavy for 1 day and that was it. March 13th I took a pregnancy test and it was negative. March 19th I spotted for 3 days. I took a pregnancy test the 4th day when I didn't start bleeding heavily and it was pregnant. I have taken two more and they were positive as well. I am still not having any spotting or bleeding so I know the tests were accurate. My only question is am I one month or two months pregnant? Any help?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You may need to have an ultrasound to determine how far along you are. Some women have bleeding in early pregnancy around the time they normally get their period so it's possible you are two months pregnant.


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