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    An_248959 posted:
    My last period was in September. I should have started at the end of October, but didn't. I think I had ovulation spotting Oct 24 and 25. That Fri and entire weekend I had sex. I had no period in Oct and still nothing for Nov so far. Could I be pregnant and it's just too early to tell?
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