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    An_252501 posted:
    my ex cooked up a story that i don't believe she claims she convinced another child while 34 weeks pregnant, can this happen? she gave birth to heathy baby girl and claims she is still carrying a 12 week old.

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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Highly doubtfull. There are rare cases when a women will ovulate when pregnant but usually, women do not ovulate when pregnant.


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