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Q: If you've been on the shot for about a year and have been having cramping for the past week what is that from?
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Could you be miscarrying if you have spotted a couple of times cramping and having discharge in the past week?

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You never get heavy periods but this month you had to change your tampon every hour had blood clots. also yesterday you had light spotting and for the past 2 weeks you have been dizzy cramping nausea?

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You have been having cramping for the past 3wks along with spotting and a large amount of discharge Dr did internal and said could be uterine infection but could you be pregnant?

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