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my name is Robercina bridges and I'm 21 years old.im trying to have a family and it's about my period that's pretty weird to me.see my period was supposed to come on November 14th but I was bleeding a week before my period was supposed to come on.i was bleeding November 4th and it didn't stop until November 4th I was bleeding light for 2 days and on the 3rd day my period was a little pinkish reddish and on the 4th I was bleeding heavy.i waited until November 14th to see if it would come on and it never came on and I was wondering is this an way sign of pregnancy or can u tell me what happen - Asked by R B on 22-Nov-2014 05:57:40

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    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 22-Nov-2014 15:46:20

    you can wait till December 5th and if u r not getting period then take a pregnancy test . but if u had bled heavily then the chances of pregnancy are low.
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