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Could you be pregnant if your period is due in a week and a half and you have not had any pms symptoms like usual?

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2011-09-12 15:23:38
2011-09-12 15:23:38

no, when you get pregnant you will have even more pms symptoms as they are cause by an increase in hormones, which is exactly what happens when you get pregnant, only tenfold.

AnswerIf you know your body, you know what normally takes place at the beginning of your cycle. It doesn't mean your pregnant it could be that your body is just changing.
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