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2011-09-13 18:53:17
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Your best bet is to test. PMS and Pregnancy symptoms are very similar that it is easy to confuse the two. Just because you havent gotten your period doesnt not necessarily mean you are pregnant. TEST

You can have spotting while pregnant. Its is quite common. On rare occasions a women will have what seems to be her period the first couple of months.

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