Is it possible...advice girls.....

Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive' started by natasja32, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. natasja32

    natasja32 Mum to 4 boys

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    Hi girls....i gave birth 6 weeks ago....and if you know my story,you will know that i didnt get to bring my baby home,he was born sleeping. What i want to know is if anyone has ever gotten pregnant very soon after giving birth?? I havent had AF since giving birth to my son,so not to sure if it is possible to get pregnant....Any advice would be gratefull....thanks ever so much girls.:hug:
     
  2. Jessa

    Jessa Guest

    I can't answer your question, but I just wanted to say that I'm sorry for your loss. You sound like a very strong woman.
     
  3. ILoveShoes

    ILoveShoes Well-Known Member

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    I'm so sorry for your loss.
    I'm sorry, I don't know the answer either, but just wanted to say 'hello.'
    Good luck.
    xxx
     
  4. chanel

    chanel Mum of 2 little boys

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    So very sorry for your loss :hugs:

    As I understand it you are very fertile after giving birth so i think it is very possible to get pregnant soon after.
     
  5. Crailly

    Crailly Well-Known Member

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    OK, first of all , many :hug: and :hugs: - my mom gave birth to two babies (one before me, one after), that did not make it home . . . my heart goes out to you.

    As for your question, I'm not really sure how soon you can ovulate after giving birth. I do know it was a couple of months after giving birth to my angel brother that my mom got pregnant with me (he was born in Jan and my Due Date was Dec).
     
  6. Misskitty

    Misskitty Well-Known Member

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    :hug: So sorry for your loss.

    In answer to your question, a doctor on a TV show about teenage pregancies (The Hospital Channel 4) said that a lot of the girls they see get pregnant again very quickly as you are most fertile in the month after you give birth.
     
  7. MrS. MaBrEy

    MrS. MaBrEy Mom of 2 & fostering

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    as far as my reasearch says you can get pregnant very easily after birth, however it can cause complications. your body needs time to heal after your previous birth and it is already behind from the last one. it can cause some serious complications also. im very sorry for your loss and hope you get what you want soon!:hugs:
     
  8. broodylocket

    broodylocket Well-Known Member

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    yeah i think u are most fertile the month after u give birth. think my mum nearly done that :)
     
  9. WhosThatGirl

    WhosThatGirl Mommy of 4 amazing kids!

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    I have heard of women who give birth and go in for their 6 week post partum checkup and are pregnant again. So I def. think it is possible.. but I have heard that it is not healthy and its best to wait at least 3 months to let your body recover... that being said, I also want to say I am so sorry for your loss.
     
  10. Tasha

    Tasha 4kids+2angels+16mc
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    Hi,

    Yes it is completely possible, like mentioned before you are your most fertile one month after giving birth, many many woman have gone for there 6-8 week check up and already been pregnant. It is suggested you wait one cycle for dating purposes hun, but I do know of people who havent, especially after a loss. :hugs:
     

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