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    Cramping two weeks before menstrual
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    sweetgurl2087 posted:
    My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant and im noticing I am cramping but still have two weeks till my period is it possible I am pregnant we had sex before I ovulated, durin and after but I am not sure because I dont want to get my hopes up should i get a blood test done or what should I do?
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    sweetgurl2087 responded:
    its now a week after when I was supposed to start I have taken two pregnancy tests and both have been negative I dont know what to do.


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