Should I be worried

Brittney - posted on 12/07/2013 ( 13 moms have responded )

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I had a c-section 6 weeks ago, I had unprotected sex 3 weeks after (even though I know you shouldn't ) I took plan b the day after and got my period the week after . I then have has about 5 times after that sometimes with a condom sometimes with the pull out method. Do you think I'm pregnAnt

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Charlene - posted on 12/11/2013

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Keep in mind, I had been in a couple surgeries before-hand AND tested, and they never told me I had anything until they did heaps of tests in the hospital before I went in for surgery.

Charlene - posted on 12/11/2013

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Please note, the 'pull out' method isn't fool proof. Pre-cum can still get you pregnant, and a guy isn't always aware if there is pre-cum there or not. It is just as strong as a normal 'load' we shall call it, and is certainly able to get you pregnant. USE A CONDOM! And the 'pull out' method DOES NOT PROTECT YOU, from Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

I had an ex at 17, who I had only slept with once. He and I knew each other for years before we dated. We broke up after 6 months together, 2 years later, I found out right after having an ectopic pregnancy, that I had chlamydia from my ex, which my BEST FRIEND told me about and it was the cause of my ectopic, which by the way, nearly killed me. It damaged my tubes and has left me with fertility problems.

Don't let that be you.

Taylor - posted on 12/10/2013

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Get on birth control, seriously.
If you don't have the money for it there are places that can give it to you for free. Be smarter. I am 18 years old and had twins a year ago, It wasn't the best situation but after having them it was my duty to get my life together and make their lives as good as possible. The child you have should be enough considering you're 16. If you choose to continue to have sex, get on the pill, it is your duty as a mother to get your life together before making the choice to bring another new life into this world.

I'm assuming you aren't TRYING to get pregnant.

LalaBoom - posted on 12/10/2013

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Should you be worried that you're pregnant or should you worry that you're not pregnant yet?

If you're not trying to get a pregnant and your horny-ness continues to get the best of you, may I suggest birth control? (the patch, the injection, the pill, the ring, the cup, the insert, the ligation, the condom) Abortion isn't meant to be a BC method and that's exactly where you're headed.

If you are trying to get pregnant, may I suggest you wait? Your body isn't fully recovered from the actual birth (usually 6wks+) or from the C-section (up to 1yr for internal wounds), so getting pregnant now would put your mental, physical, and emotional health at risk.

Charlene - posted on 12/09/2013

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First of all, if you had a c-sec 6 weeks ago, how are you even able to have sex this early?! When I had my c-sec, I could barely move a limb for 6 weeks without wanting to cry...

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Brittney - posted on 12/11/2013

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Thanks everyone for feedback I still don't know of I'm pregnant I do have a strong feeling I am but what I'm gonna do about it is my business. If I am not pregnant I have an app with my obgyn on the 18th for birth control

Valerie - posted on 12/10/2013

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yes you should be worried and 16 is old enough to know you should now be making smart choices not wrong ones and if your having sex that early on then you obviously dont care about your well being. as well as what may happen if you were to become pregnant that early there can be alot of complications with you and your child. my cousin got pregnant very soon after her 1st one due to ignorance and now her child is suffering has had to undergo surgery because her face wasnt developing correctly may i add she was only 6 months old and now she is still having problems. so their is alot involved and you really have to make wise decisions. i kind of think a part of you wants to become preg again because if you didnt you wouldnt continue to have unprotected sex!!!! you really need to start thinking of a birth control method

Brittney - posted on 12/08/2013

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I did clarify that I was fully aware my age was no excuse but thanks for the feed back

Michelle - posted on 12/07/2013

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Your age is no excuse, you know how babies are made since you already have one.
Use condoms at all times.

Brittney - posted on 12/07/2013

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You right I don't disagree, I should have been a lot smarter. I am only sixteen so I'm young but that no excuse but thanks for your feedback

Jodi - posted on 12/07/2013

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If you don't want to be pregnant, why are you not protecting yourself? We all know the pull out method is not particularly effective! Of course you"could" be pregnant. You've had unprotected sex. it would be incredibly irresponsible of you to get pregnant so soon after a c-section.

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