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    could i be pregnant AGAIN
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    rochellec posted:
    hi, i had a baby girl 8 weeks ago but on the sixth week i had sex with a condom but it burst witch means his stuff went inside me. i took a small first period the next day witch last 2 3 days very very light, but i think im taking the same signs as before im scared to take a test. how likly is this ?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Well, it's possible. It's hard to tell since ovulation is usually irregular after you have a baby. Wait two weeks after the condom broke and take a test.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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