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It's not fair... All I want to do is be a mother with my 10 year relationship with my girlfriend. I know it's to soon to do a test. She is in her 6 day before her period we took a test this morning and nothing still one line :( she had this brownish stuff on her pad and we don't know what it was she has been crampin off and on she said her breast hurt alittle but don't know if this is she is pregnant or if she is getting ready to start...
Sonetimes when u wAnt it so bad u have more severe pms symptoms or u start looking for symptoms when, try to relax and her to esp stress of wanting n pressure can delay a period , so that eill be more what if n more stress ; ) good luck
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