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i just dont understand.......

I like this forum, it is a great tool to see others going through the same things as your self pregnant, and when needing advice ect. Although I try to be understanding it annoys me when ppl give all these symptoms and then ask "could I be???, Am I pregnant??" The only way to know is take a test, go to dr, how can anybody on this forum tell you of you are pregnant or not?? Not yrying to sound all bit$&y but seriously!!!!
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Personally,  I think a lot of us just want peoples opinion before a test and sometimes after one. We know that you all are not dr's but your experiences can help someone. Not being rude, but it seems like a lot of you ladies are irritated by us that look for that....its as simple as not responding to our questions and post. Just my opinion.
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Doesn't bother me but there is always the pregnant: am I pregnant forum.
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I honestly thought that this group was for after its been established of pregnant. U though the "am I pregnant?" Group was for the ones who needed help or advice. I am a Ftm. I know nothing but my own experience. I'm not going to give advice when I'm still figuring out my own. I think there may be a few in my shoes. Is it fair to ask someone as clueless as you?  
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Wow those typos....that's what I get for typing on my cell. U though is supposed to be I thought.
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that's why my response to those questions is always that no one can tell anybody else if they are pregnant and only a test will tell you.  I don't think people much like that response, but it's the only truthful response to give. I don't know if people understand that if you are producing enough hcg to be having actual pregnancy symptoms, then you'd get a positive hpt (unless you are the very very rare person who doesn't test positive on urine tests)
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I know my tongue will get me in trouble with this....but because we want to give accurate advice, it makes us stuck up snobs...go figure.
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