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    Am I really pregnant?
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    thearts31 posted:
    I have had a tubal for 5yrs however I had a baby seven wks ago. Im having preg symtoms and had 6 positive home test as well as a blood test which showed low HCG levels. I had an ultrasound and vaginal exam that was inconclusive. My Doc is not sure what is going on. I have started bleeding however my preg test is still positive. Can I really be pregnant and it's just to soon to know for sure? My Doc said he thinks it's left over placenta that's the problem. Is that posible after almost 8wks?
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    segadelli24 responded:
    First of all it is possible to get pregnant right after giving birth we would like to think mother nature would throw us a break but it doesn't , we are ready the moment that baby leaves our womb , this is unfortunately why you see so many kids 11 months apart ....you can even ovulate without getting a period , first of all have you and your partner been having sex yet? you are typically supposed to wait 6wks before doing so , if you have not had intercourse yet then yes you r fine , if you have had intercourse and did not use protection then there is a chance of pregnancy. As far as the placenta thing goes I am not sure you have to trust the doctor on that one and if you don't feel hes giving you the right answer trust yourself and seek a new doctor , I would think a ultrasound would know for sure .... best of luck


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