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You started your period two weeks late you had cramping a few days before you started your period is really light and you are really bloated your right nipple is really sensitive?

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2006-04-07 19:44:23
2006-04-07 19:44:23

Hello - It sounds like you need to do a pregnancy test hun. The symptoms you have described are associated with pregnancy. If you do a test now it should be accurate. Take care. :-)

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