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If you think you maybe pregnant and you have the normal symptoms but have a bleed four days before your period is due is it likely you are pregnant?

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2008-12-07 09:29:55
2008-12-07 09:29:55

if you do bleed from your uterus, anything inside will be flushed out. this only happens if the egg is not fertilized. therefore if you do bleed and think you are pregnant, you are not.

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