Trying not to freak here, BUT....anyone use the pull out method and it work (or NOT work)? DH had a vasectomy 8 wks ago today. His sperm count has been checked once and still showed sperm so we decided to use condoms. Well.......it broke and he thinks he pulled out in time. It's really not funny, but sorta of is considering that we had IF issues and the time and money spent and now we are actually having to worry about being pg.
For me, I finished my period last Friday. Had ovary pains on Tuesday w/EWCM on Wednesday and this happened last night. I have NEVER been regular except when on meds and never felt ovary pains unless ovaries were stimulated. So, I know my body is doing this because of just having my LO.
So far the pull out method is working for us-always has. I am on the pill & hate using condoms b/c I have a latex allergy. I was a little worried when my period didn't start on the day I thought it should (started the next day) but it looks like the pill is regulating my body again & I'm back on my normal cycle. I think you're ok. It's kind of funny that we spent time trying to have a baby & now the we have our babies we're trying not to have another one (so soon anyway).... good luck!!
Oh no! :) I would think you would be ok since you just finished your period last Friday . . . I would think you would be most fertile next week (although I you never know!). I wouldn't panic yet. I've got my fingers crossed for you!
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