What should you do if you have the signs of a miscarriage but your parents don't know your pregnant
A:If you are experiencing vaginal bleeding and are pregnant, go to the ER asap. The drs and nurses cannot tell your parents. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-should-you-do-if-you-have-the-signs-of-a-miscarriage-but-your-parents-don%27t-know-your-pregnant ]
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- If you are experiencing vaginal bleeding and are pregnant, go to the ER asap. The drs and nurses cannot tell your parents. ChaCha!
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