Since my last log on I have delivered my baby girl, so I guess im not "very pregnant" anymore... Or am i? I have had unprotected sex since then but my bf says he always pulls out. I know this method is completely stupid and almost completely non effective and I think I may be pregnant again. I always feel like i'll vomit but I never do. Is this a post pregnancy symptom, or does that "morning sickness" feeling only occur during pregnancy? Please, any feedback is better than none.
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replied January 20th, 2006
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I dont think you are stupid!! How long ago you have your baby girl--about 1 month, 1 1/2 months??? I know of women who have done it back to back--and get it over with. Good luck hon--i will pray for you to b=have strebgth. Let us know as soon as you find out--ok??

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joanna
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replied January 20th, 2006
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fatfamily02 wrote:
i dont think you are stupid!! How long ago you have your baby girl--about 1 month, 1 1/2 months??? I know of women who have done it back to back--and get it over with. Good luck hon--i will pray for you to b=have strebgth. Let us know as soon as you find out--ok??


Always

joanna


shes almost 4 months now. I named her ariana.
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replied January 20th, 2006
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It has been 4 months---no way. Doesnt seem like that long ago. Time must be flying.
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replied January 23rd, 2006
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What a beautiful name. Congratulations.
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