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Had unprotected intercourse after delivery. What are the chances of pregnancy?

Hi there, I m looking for some advice. My partner and I had sex today for the first time after having our first child, 6 weeks ago. She isn t yet back on any type of birth control . We used a condom however it slipped off during sex, neither of us know exactly when it happened but by the time i realised it was already stuck inside her. Although I didn t ejeculate we re both worried that she could become pregnant from the pre-ejeculation lubricant. Our baby is only 6 weeks old and neither of us are ready for another child any time soon. Is there is chance that she could become pregnant? Please help, many thanks.
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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I really appreciate your concern the chances of pregnancy is almost nil because lactating mother seldom get pregnant, more over you are not for sure for ejaculation or you did not ejaculated, the pre ejaculated fluid does not contain the sperm so conception is not possible with that, no need to worry about this, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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