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Can you get pregnant 3 weeks and 4 days after giving birth even if you took the Plan B pill?

Can you get pregnant 3 weeks and 4 days after giving birth even if you took the Plan B pill?

Well, let's see.....: The answer is YES....YES one can get pregnant in 25 days following birth....although that's a pretty BEASTLY set of ovearies you've got that don't even let you go one cycle before spitting some more eggs out...Mother Nature must think a lot of your genes benefiting the human genomic condition! But if you're ovaries ovulated....or if you had a period already (again, highly unexpected) then, YES. ...Read more

Dr. Jeffrey Stevens
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Is it easier to get pregnant after giving birth?

Is it easier to get pregnant after giving birth?

It's the same : Having a baby does not make you more fertile. Start birth control if you do not want to be pregnant again right now. ...Read more

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Can i get pregnant two weeks after giving birth?

Can i get pregnant two weeks after giving birth?

No: You would not ovulate that soon after a delivery. You could however ovulate as soon as 4 to 6 weeks after delivery. ...Read more

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How long after giving birth can I get pregnant again?

How long after giving birth can I get pregnant again?

Often quickly: Many moms have found themselves pregnant at 3 months post partum having babies one year apart. If you are trying to get pregnant give your body a chance to recover first. Ideal spacing when you can do it is 12-15 months after birth of last chid so siblings are 2-3 years apart. ...Read more

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How soon after giving birth can you get pregnant again?

How soon after giving birth can you get pregnant again?

Ovulating: As soon as you resume ovulating, so in theory the first month after giving birth. In practice that's pretty rare, and probably isn't such a great idea. ...Read more

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How long after giving birth cab you get pregnant again?

How long after giving birth cab you get pregnant again?

As above: I ideally u need to breast feed u child for two years, but very few people r doing this , these days, ask u gynecologist for advise. ...Read more

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Is it possible to get pregnant 6 weeks after giving birth?

Is it possible to get pregnant 6 weeks after giving birth?

Fertile Ground: If you'd-a asked my grandmother, she'd-a told you that you could get pregnant while you were already pregnant. I think what she meant was that an unprotected fertile woman could get pregnant any time, depending on when she ovulates, which is quite variable after childbirth. So, yes, it can happen,even If you're breast feeding and it's "only" six weeks. Advice: give it a rest for as few months ...Read more

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Can a woman get pregnant 1 month after giving birth to a baby?

Can a woman get pregnant 1 month after giving birth to a baby?

Yes: While not advisable for both medical and social reasons. A woman can get pregnant the first cycle after pregnancy just as easy as any other cycle, though that first cycle may be significantly delayed if the woman breastfeeds. ...Read more

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How long after giving birth can you get pregnant? When should you test?

How long after giving birth can you get pregnant? When should you test?

PREGNANCY: You can ovulate as early as 25 days after delivery. You can also get pregnant before you have your first period. Do not let your first postpartum period be your indication that you can get pregnant, because you're fertile around the time you ovulate, and you ovulate before you get your period. To prevent pregnancy after you have your baby, you'll have to use birth control even if breast-feeding ...Read more