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You went to the clinic and took a pregnancy test and came out negative but its been a month in a half now and you havent got your period does that mean im pregnant or not?

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2009-08-15 02:04:09
2009-08-15 02:04:09

sorry but i did not go to the clinic and i did not take a pregnancy test that came out negative but thanks for your question

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