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wea - October 2

right! prevention is better than cure. anything happens which doesn't happen normally should be confronted with doctors.

 

lindsay - October 9

mine is 12 months last month. if this really needs special attention, then i should be visiting my gyne very soon. thanks for the info!

 

imee - October 16

i never knew that this could be dangerous, or is it? will my life be at risk if i won't be able go to the hospital for check-up?

 

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