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    prettyqueen86 posted:
    Well did not have in June but had one in July on the 1 I started then had one in August at the beginning and then see had a late one sep had one in the middle and the last one been Oct 28 to Nov 2 and I'm still cramping now and I feel stuff move sometimes but don't know I just maybe hurgy it feel like I have a lump when I lay down in my belly

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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    If you're saying you didn't have a period in June but had in July, August, and September then chances are you aren't pregnant.


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