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    Feeling Pregnant with the IUD
    An_257720 posted:
    Anyone else feel this? I have had the 10 year IUD for 3 years now and ever so often I get to feeling like there is a baby moving in me. I have 4 children so I know what it feels like to be pregnant! I have gained weight, moody, sleepy, heavy periods, discharges, and tender breasts. Can someone HELP me figure this out!! Thank you!
    georgiagail responded:
    Have you considered taking a pregnancy test?

    tysie1 replied to georgiagail's response:
    I have taken one and my monthly cycles come as they are suppose to, maybe sometimes a week ahead of time. I just don't understand why I would feel a "fake" baby kicking if you will.

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