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Dove - posted on 06/24/2015
If you are having sex at all pregnancy is still a very real possibility. I said it was possible that the bleeding is still after birth blood.. not that it was likely. IF you are already having sex early enough that you are worried about a miscarriage... you really need to see a doctor to make sure you don't have an infection or something else to worry about as well.
Raye - posted on 06/24/2015
Erica, you just had a baby, so I assume you know how they are made. The stork didn't just drop it off at your door. Pull-out method is not good birth control. You're relying on someone else who, in the middle of being pleasured and starting to have an orgasm, is supposed to be thinking clearly enough to pull out before any of his little swimmers escape? Even if he pulls out before orgasm, there's pre-cum and ejaculate that may come out before the big O. So any time he puts his dick in you could get you pregnant, even if he doesn't orgasm. Condoms, the pill, or IUD is more effective (if used correctly), but even they are not 100% effective.
As I said before, let your body heal. Why endanger your health? If you're afraid that your guy is going to leave you if you don't have sex for a couple weeks, then you don't have the right guy. And if you don't want to get pregnant again, use a better method of birth control than pulling out.
Dove - posted on 06/23/2015
You aren't supposed to be having any sex until about a month and a half after giving birth... But yes, anytime you have sex (even WITH birth control) pregnancy is possible and anytime you are pregnant, miscarriage is possible. Pull out is not birth control. It is possible that you are still having after birth bleeding instead of a miscarriage, but there's no way anyone online can tell you exactly what is happening.
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