I had my third child 12 weeks ago. The last week and a half, I keep thinking I am pregnant again, but then think, "Nah! Can't be." We do not use birth control (don't want to) but my baby is exclusively breastfed. (My children are 15 months apart and 22 months apart- no birth control between.) Is it possible or likely that I would be pregnant? Symptoms: nausea, extreme dizziness, breast tenderness, bloated feeling, soft cervix, baby fussy while feeding, fatigue, and sudden break outs (acne).. I know, I know. POAS! But I promised hubby that I would only test on the first of the month, starting in November because I am a symptom spotter. Maybe these are just normal postpartum changes?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:02 PM on Oct. 12, 2009 in Pregnancy
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Answer by canthaveboys1 at 2:05 PM on Oct. 12, 2009
Exclusive breastfeeding isn't a form of birth control, and you are extremely fertile for the first 3 months post partum.. so if your having sex without birthcontrol, then yes there is a very good chance your pregnant.
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