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IM PREGNANT HAVING SOME CRAMPING BUT I DONT KNOW FAR LONG I AM?

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I had my period on july 5th and in august i had a abnormal period, it only lasts 3 days this time it didnt i really dont know how far long i am im concern about the cramps because i was taking tri nessa i stoped as soon as i found out , im just concerned what will happen to the baby and when is my due date my first appt is in 2 weeks
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replied September 24th, 2009
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If you don't mind me asking, how do you know you are pregnant?
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replied September 25th, 2009
i took a test @ home them i came to the clinic and took another one.
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replied September 25th, 2009
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OK, I was just worried that you based it on symptoms rather than a test.

Do not worry about continuing the trinessa while you did not know you were pregnant. Studies have not really found anything harmful to the fetus in the pill. As long as you just stopped when you found out.

It does not sound like your period in August was a real period. It might just have been some implantation spotting. I suppose that this will be one of that cases where an ultra sound scan will have to be used to determine the age.

If your august period was indeed not a real period, then you conceived around the 20th of July. If the August period was indeed a real period, then you most likely conceived around the 16th of August.

If you have heavy cramping, see a health care provider as soon as possible.

Best of luck!!
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