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12 years 1 month ago #1 by Jonluver
Jonluver replied the topic: Re:pregnant????
if you were pregnant you would not be able to feel the baby move yet. I had an ultrasound at 13 weeks. You would not believe how much she was moving around!! It was amazing! She never stopped the whole time. Butt he weird thing was i couldn't fell any of it. I didn't feel her move untill i was 18-19 weeks along. So that \"twinge\" is not pregnancy. You don;t fell those kinds of things during early pregnancy.

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12 years 1 month ago #2 by Kit
Kit replied the topic: Re:pregnant????

The spotting could have been implantation bleeding, but could have been something else. It is probably too early to take a pregnancy test. The results are usually more accurate after you have actually missed a period. I would try not to stress about it too much, but if you do miss your period I would wait a week and take a pregnancy test.


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12 years 1 month ago #3 by zora
zora created the topic: pregnant????
Last week I kept having twinges in my lower abdomen. I thought it could have been a problem w/ an ovary. Yesterday, I started spotting and it's a week before my next period is due. Could I be pregant or is this a symptom of an ovarian problem?

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