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    Pregnant Again
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    Elenasmommy83 posted:
    I have a one year old and I just found out yesterday I'm pregnant again...I'm 18 weeks along and I'm freaking out a little bit. My children will be 18 months apart in age...help?
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    AnnaGoncharova responded:
    Don't worry to much. There is some research that indicates that a gap between pregnancies of less that 12 month can raise risk of some complication, but not too much. Most pregnancies end well anyhow. Besides some people note that sibling rivalry may be less troubling if children are close in age. Consult your doctor and enjoy your new pregnancy.


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