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    mom2kiddies posted:
    I had intercourse 3 days before my first post partum period. It was a full blown period. I have been feeling kind of sick to my stomach lately so I took a few pregnancy tests they have all come back negative. It has been 26 days since intercourse and I took another test today that came back negative is there any way you think I can be pregnant?
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    An_250560 responded:
    I think it's unlikely since you had a full blown period. I've heard it takes awhile for your body to get back into it's normal cycle after giving birth.

    You should wait and see if your next period comes and/or if you get anymore symptoms - I think most likely you are not.


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