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No periods after childbirth. Had spotting after intercourse. Chances of pregnancy?

I had a baby on the 17th of feb and stopped bleeding after on the 12th of march had sex on 13-15-18-21-22-23-29 of march and 1-11-11-14-16 of April I had spotting on the 23-28 of march and 2-4-5-15-17 of April could it be possible to be pregnant again and when should I test as I haven't had a period since having my daughter I don't know when it's due to come ????
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Usually the pregnancy is not likely in the first three months after a childbirth. in your case it is best to go for a blood test for pregnancy 10 days after the last unprotected intercourse. Urine pregnancy test is less reliable.
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Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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