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naners123
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hey i just wondered when will you have a 100% reliable answer on a pregnancy test? cuz i have done some research and heard of women that never have enough hgc to detect so i was just wondering
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Alice
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Because you have been warned that you've reached your maximum pregnancy question limit (You didn't have a risk in the first place, there's no way you're pregnant) I'm closing this thread.

If you want to talk about why you're having severe anxiety and paranoia around this, we're here for that. Otherwise, please stop.

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