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Womanly issues!!
Hi. I am 19 years old, pregnant female. (25 weeks pregnant) and I am sexually active. I have been...More
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28 Weeks and Hiatal Hernia
I was just wondering if anyone else is dealing with the frustrating effects of a hiatal hernia in...More
Hiccups during pregnancy
I am 8 weeks pregnant with my 4th child and i am having hiccups several times a day. Pregnancy looks...More
Posted by statesville1985
Blood thinner during Pregnancy
I am in my 26th week of pregnncy. I have been on Blood Thinners (one Cleaxane 40mg injection and Ecosprin 75...More
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Can I be pregnant, even if I still have periods?
Can I be pregnant if I still have my normal periods? I've been having normal periods and I'm having...More
Posted by desaraesky
Health Insurance
I just found out a little over a week ago that my girlfriend is pregnant. This is good new and we are very...More
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Chances of pregnancy
Hi, I'm looking for some answers on the possibility of pregnancy. I recently had unprotected sex with a woman,...More
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