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#991 of 993 Old 12-19-2009, 12:38 PM
 
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I'm sorry for all of your losses. Good points.

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Do we have a new thread for this year?

And congrats to Jenny on the new baby! He's adorable.

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Hi ladies, quick question for you. DD 2 is now 8 months old. I thought it was strange that not only have I not gotten pregnant yet, but that I hadn't even gotten my period back yet. (By the time DD 1 was 4 months old, I was preggo with DD 2.) However, two weeks ago (a few days to a week after being with hubby a couple times, I got my first postpartum "period". But, why do I feel pregnant? I know there is a such thing as implantation bleeding, but this was a five day period (or maybe I don't remember what a period's like its been so long) Anyway, could I be pregnant? Or am I just being crazy here? Could I have conceived then has a period anyway? Or could it have been implant. bleeding that was heavy or something? Any experience with this? Thanks girls!
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