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    Gave birth 3 months ago, pregnant again??
    An_222597 posted:
    I gave birth just 3 months ago and have not had a period. I am breastfeeding and we have used condoms, but I am nauseous daily, feel bloated, and have not had a period. Is it possible that I could be pregnant again?
    Lillygirl831 responded:
    This definitely could happen!! My sister has two children exactly one year apart. She found out 3 months after giving birth that she was pregnant with number two even though she was breastfeeding and they were using condoms. Chances are that you are not since you use condoms, but there's always a chance that you could be.
    UGAMomof3 responded:
    You def. can get pg!! Take a's the only way you'll know for now.
    Perron30 responded:
    most women when breastfeeding do not get periods. This can be nice but also nerve racking as you worry you can be pg again. As others have stated just take a test to ease your mind and talk to your DR also.

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