My husband and I are talking about having a child, we have 2 children but both were c-sections. The first was an emergency c-section, and the 2nd was well I was afraid of almost losing him. 8 years have gone by, and we are looking to try for our baby in about one year. Is it possible to have a vaginal delivery after 2 c-sections?View Thread
Ok, i'm going to make this as simple as possible. In November 2, 2012 I had my copper IUD removed and was put on Lo Loestrin that same day. I started my cycle on Nov.5, 2012 lasted 3 days. December 5, 2012 it lasted only about 1 hour. I stopped taking my Lo Loestrin pills in December. I felt fluttering in my belling,in the last two weeks, and so i was convinced i was most likely pregnant. I had no cycle for January, until today which is January 23, 2013. I'm not in severe pain, just mild cramping pain. I'm set to see my doctor until Feb. 11, 2013. What do i need to to? Is this a possible Misscarriage? Or is it my body trying to regulate itself? PLEASE HELP!View Thread
If i stopped taking my birth control Lo Loestrin over 1 1/2 mnth ago,could i be pregnant even if my husband pulls out? I'm asking because I had my Copper IUD removed in the end of Nov. of 2012 I had it for 8 years, after it was removed I started on Lo LoEstrin birthcontrol in November & stopped taking them by December. I had a 3 day period in November,but December 5, 2012 i had maybe a 3 hour LIGHT period and it stopped.I have yet to have a period for January 2013.I'm very nervous.I've taken pregnancy test from the store, but they came out negative.If i'm worried it's because it took the Doctors to draw blood to verify i was 4mnths pregnant with my 2nd son. I've taken several Pregancy tests recently and they have returned negative. I am scheduled to go into the Doctors next Tues. i know my body, and it's not feeling the same.View Thread
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