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It seems most females have a pregnancy scare at some point so this is what I have learnt from mine. Life lessons so to speak. I am far from an expert but just wish I had had someone to speak to.

  • Read pregnancy risks on here and government websites.
    Don't let it take time from you - mine lasted almost 1.5 months and I had that I can't get that back.
    Test 21 days from risk and accept results - you are not that unique group whose hcg doesn't show up (I spent nearly $100 on tests)
    Step back from the computer - looking up symptoms will not lessen the pregnancy if you are, it'll only make you more anxious.
    Become familiar with your body - cervical fluid/ cervix is not a gross thing.
    Don't keep it all inside you.

[ 02-17-2014, 11:43 AM: Message edited by: Teendrama ]

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