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Are you still pregnant if you were told you had a miscarriage but you are still showing?

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2005-12-23 09:05:52
2005-12-23 09:05:52

It depends how long ago your miscarriage was. As you don't start showing until 14-15 weeks it is possible you had a miscarriage, one of twins and you are still pregnant with the other. Take a pregnancy test if it was more than 4 weeks ago.

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