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blah its jellz
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could i be having a misscarriage? bc im also having horrible cramps
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We can't know if you're having a miscarriage, you NEED to go see your doctor about this, regardless of wheteher you may be or not, because like I said - unexplainable bleeding and bad cramping need to be checked out by a doctor, alright hon?

(And in the future, you can keep our similar questions in the same topic by hitting "reply" or using the Quick Reply box down at the bottom. That way we'll be able to best help you by keeping all of the information together)

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