what are the chances of getting pregnant while bleeding post delivery?
im still bleeding after a csec .. what are the chances of getting preggo while bleeding?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
if you have had sex, you should probably get a pregnancy test . post natal is the best time to get pregnant ...thats why i have 2 children , 10 months apart !!Source(s): experianced
- 4 years ago
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Chances are VERY high. You can get pregnant almost RIGHT after you give birth, so please don't take that risk if you want to avoid an unplanned pregnancy. It's important for you to give your body time to recover from the trauma of giving birth, you may actually end up hurting yourself if you have sex too soon afterward, not to mention that the next day you will be bleeding like a stuck pig-much heavier than you are now. If this doesn't convince you, for your sake please use a condom. Be safe, and congratulations on your new baby!Source(s): My sister just had a baby as well
- 1 decade ago
The chances of getting pregnant any time right after having a baby are exteremly high. Your supposed to wait like 6 weeks after haveing a vaginal birth for your vaginal muscles to tighten up again but I would wait like 3 months and get on birth control right away and wait 3 months after being on the birth control for it to work well.
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- ErikaLv 44 years ago
it particularly is harder to get pregnant collectively as breastfeeding, I did in spite of the undeniable fact that. I had 3 failure to implants, that's what it sound such as you experienced, previously getting pregnant. in actuality, you're ovulating and the egg is being fertilized, yet there is not any longer adequate uterine lining to implant. particularly, your physique continues to be making waiting it ought to take some months yet will ensue. i began out ovulating while my son became 14 months and became pregnant while he became 20 months and he nursed to 23 months. good success!
- kikiLv 51 decade ago
the chances are very high. it's not like having your normal monthly period. not to mention that you shouldn't have intercourse for six weeks to give yourself a chance to heal inside. even after those six weeks you should use protection during your first few cycles, until you're regulated again.
- The baby penguinLv 51 decade ago
- Anonymous1 decade ago