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2005-04-15 06:25:35
2005-04-15 06:25:35

Yes, it sure can be a sign for some women. You need to think about how your body usually reacts before your period. Do you always have cramping? It isn't all that common to cramp 2 weeks before your period is due though. But it can be possible.So yes love, it can be a sign pf pregnancy or a earlier period.

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