I just went to the doctor for my 6wk checkup after having my son, and when they did a urinalysis they said it came back positive for my being pregnant-- again.
The nurse said it might be because of the high hormones I still have with my feeble attempts at trying to breastfeed (son was born preemie, stress was high, no problem lactating after birth). I understand most women don't get periods till after 2 months after birth if not further along, and farther still if they're breast feeding-- so how is it possible the test came back positive?
I was looking into forms of birth control, but now they're saying no sex for another 2wks, or to let them know I had my period and to schedule a checkup earlier than the 2wks. We've been using condoms and checking for possible leakage, and with the way the economy is and all, one baby is definitely enough for now.
Has anyone else come across this? Should I honestly be worried?
Asked by Anonymous at 6:08 PM on Dec. 3, 2009 in Pregnancy
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