That sounds good, a 2 year gap is perfect (as its actually 1 year 3 months of not being pregnant!)...I know its early to think about it, but I only have 18 weeks left till this little mite meets the world and don't want to be pregnant in 20 weeks. (I just couldnt believe it when a friend at work told me she was pregnant again...3 weeks after giving birth to her second!)
DS was totally unplanned, I was on the injection, & had dreamt twice that I would find out I was pregnant the day I flew on hols. Had to do a test on that day just so I knew that I wasnt & could enjoy a few drinks on holiday. Oops, it came back BFP! Had only been with FOB for 3 months.
He is now my DH, and expecting our second who was planned kinda, NTNP.
Hmmm, well, DS was conceived on the pill a few months after I lost a baby at 17 weeks, so unplanned. DD1 was conceived on a different pill when DS was 4 month's old, again unplanned. I then had a Mirena put in, because I had nightmares of falling pregnant again! 4 years later, I had it removed as DH and I decided we wanted to try for a baby.. it took 3 years to fall! About 2 months after we'd booked and paid for an all inclusive carribean holiday for just the 2 of us.. still, he enjoyed all the free booze and food!!
This baby wasn't planned either, I had been on the pill, but stopped it as DH was only in the country 2 days a month, and I was still BF, somehow we managed to conceive this little lady, and I cant wait. Each one of my babies has been a surprise one way or another, and they give me a reason to smile every day and I couldnt be without any of them x
In a way yes, she was planned, we charted, temped, tracked and everything else for months and nothing happened, so we decided to just stop "planning and tracking" and we just DTD whenever we felt like it haha, and the first month of that I got PG, I was 4 days late for AF but kept getting period like pains so I kept thinking she was coming any day. On a whim I took a PG test fully expecting it to be negative, and within 30 seconds it was +, DH came running into the bathroom when he heard me yell "Holy shit, I'm PREGNANT" bahaha.
Those that conceived really quickly...do you ever worry about falling pregnant too fast with another whilst on maternity leave? I wont be taking the pill as it comes out in your breast milk, hate condoms and OH is erm..endowed well enough that they are restrictive shall we say. So thinking about having a coil inserted? hmm...
Going by my mum, she fell pregnant 2 months after me with my brother and 4 months after him with my sister!
Then again....I wouldn't mind having 2 children in quick succession. Yes....its a little bit early to be thinking about these things.
I'm absolutley crapping myself (excuse the language) .....
When i fell pregnant with my ectopic i was on the implant and also taking cerazette alongside it to stop the bleeding yet i fell pregnant! What are the odds of that!!
Then once i had my ectopic and lost my tube i got pregnant the first month after....and that was with one tube....
The doctors have decided that both the pill and the implant dont agree with me as i had so many problems when i was on them and also had problems with the injection.... My only thing left to try is the coil and hope that works for me (Saying that though...my mum got pregnant on the coil!!)
We were NTNP....I really wanted a 4th child, DH was unsure so I left the ball in his court. He stopped using protection at some point (don't really remember when) and I was preggo within a month or two.
My daughter wasn't really planned we just said 'it'll happen when it happens'. This time we planned to start trying in September so I started taking folic acid etc at the end of May and fell pregnant at the beginning of October! We were really lucky that it happened so quickly- I was in shock for the first 2 days as I couldn't believe our luck! I'd been on the pill up until august so I thought it was going to take ages! xx
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