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yes...i have a 3 year old and that is what it is :)     try to make some lists mommy :)
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Some grandmothers and old midwives think so, but the presence of morning sickness or not does not really predict gender. Gender is still about...
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Hi, If they have blisters it could be chicken pox, and they are also over her body, so see your doctor.But for anything else see your doctor as well...
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Unfortunately, without the ability to SEE these spots first-hand by an examination, I would not have enough information to address your question...
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why dont try to have the dna for your assurance but you said you didnt do it inside and dint finish ,, i might say its not yours
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Hi The first thing you do need to know, is are you pregnant, it would be best to see your doctor and get a test done there.Its your best way.Good Luck
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Hi Sorry but no uterus, no pregnancy, now that's a fact, without that one piece of the body's jigsaw, your egg would have no where to go...
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Hi Ok so 8 days ago, where was this in you cycle then being day 1 was the first day of your last period, around day 14 would have been your ovulation...
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Hi Just where did you get this idea from, lets put it this way, No Way.Good Luck
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Hi Try this first link http://rhnegativeregistry.com/rh_negative_rare_and_basic_blood_types.html This second link may help you, it goes a bit deeper...
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Yes, it could cause the baby harm.  According to NBC’s nightly News and numerous other sources, a clinical study has revealed that smoke on...
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Cornstarch shouldn't hurt your baby's crotch just be careful not to put too much
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It may be a sign of diabetes I would go and have him checked by the doctor.
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Hi Linda, Below is a couple of links, these may help to work out before you go for tests, try not forgetting that getting pregnant is all...
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