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How long dose a positive pregnancy test show after giving birth
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An_219101 posted:
I had a baby three months ago and i have been having really bad cramping than at times start throwing up and sometimes have spotting of blood but it wouldnt last all day and i never had a regular cycle since i gave birth (my boyfriend didnt wait not even a week til having intercourse) well i went in to a clinic they did one pregnancy test and it came out positive they did another one it came out negitive so they decided to to do one more and it came out positive with one faded pink line they took me in to get an uldra sound and that saw no sack in my udours so they drew a beata to confirm being pregant they told me that i needed to come in 48hrs to get another beta still waiting but they said that they a conciderdering me pregnant

Is it a higher chance that i'm not pregnant or am i pregnant
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MNMommy3 responded:
I would say that you're pregnant. You are extremely fertile right after giving birth. You were probably just to early to see anything on ultrasound, but I would say that 2 positive pregnancy tests are a good indication that you're pregnant.
~Kelly (31), DB (30), DS (12), DS (5), little GIRL due 01/09/11.


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