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    I was having some sensitive pain on the right side of my belly button, so I decided to look up information on what it could be. The thing is when I looked it up I got this sight and saw you guys post. Wow!! I'm not pregnant will I don't think I'm pregnant anyway. But now the sight have me thinking about how different my stomach looks. But I been with my guy for over three years now and he got fixed he can't have kids. But I asked him was he sure and he told yes, but he never went to his second doctor appointment to make sure it took. So my question to you guys what do you think? ¿
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