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    kyranfoster posted:
    I got my period last month 2 weeks late. I didnt have it long and sometimes i dont, But now its been like a week and a half and im spotting could i be pregnant or am i having a miscarriage?
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    mariajohnson responded:
    Spotting may or may not be an early symptom of pregnancy. Light spotting is simply indicative of an impending menstrual cycle ready to make it's appearance, or due to hormonal changes during a woman's cycle. I think you should seek out your doctor or midwife.


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