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When do signs of a pregnancy start to show up?

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2006-02-27 02:07:59
2006-02-27 02:07:59

With in a couple of weeks, you may feel extra tired. You may feel bloated, have slight cramps. Then of course, you would know 1 month later when you do not get your period. But you CAN get what looks like a very light period, and still be pregnant. Buy a home pregnancy test at a drug store and check. You take the test, first thing in the morning. And you will know in about 5 minutes. Most women start having some signs around the time they miss a period.

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