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#1 of 9 Old 04-05-2004, 09:01 PM - Thread Starter
 
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is it possible to ovulate while you still have lochia PPD?

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I think so. I did with dd2. Started my period 7 wks ppd too!

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The wife of one of dh's partners at work discovered, at six weeks post partum, that she was pregnant again.

Can you imagine....
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A girl I used to work with came back from her 6 week maternity leave already pg again. She must have conceived around 4 weeks post partum b/c she already knew she was pg when she returned.

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Wow, those stories are blowing my mind. Pregnant again by 6 weeks postpartum? Good golly!
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I can't imaging having sex by 6 weeks post partum, let alone getting pg. The girl I knew did choose to not breastfeed, so maybe that had something to do with it in her case.

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A friend online has babes that are 10 months apart... (they are babies 7 and 8)

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Husband has cousings 10m apart and we have friends who have babies 10m apart. Talk about WORK!
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Our lamaze instructor's mother was pregnant with her sister at her 6wpp appt. She was breastfeeding. It happens. I know several women who have kids less than a year apart.
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