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    TTC123 posted:
    My mirena IUD came out October 12th I experienced bleeding due to the removal of it on the 14th-15th. And the 27th I had a little bleeding ONLY in my vagina none was dripping or anything and the same thing the 28th well the 29th I put a panty liner on and I spotted a little not enough at all. Am I pregnant right NOW? I have been cramping a little and wanting weird food. I have two kids already and i know its different every time I just want to know what yall think.Thanks
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