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Missed periods last month. Having sex using withdrawal method. Chances of pregnancy?

I gave birth to my daughter on october ,2012. however, since then i have been getting my period in december on the 10, january on the 18 and i have not gotten my period for february. could i be pregnant again? my husband and i are sexually active and have been using the withdrawal method can you please enlighten me as to what can cause this? or is it normal
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Withdrawal method has a high failure rate when compared to the use of condoms and other methods. Based on your menstrual history, your cycle has been varying for a week and if this date has been surpassed, you should test for pregnancy. You may take a HPT with afresh early morning sample of urine or go for the blood test along with a trans-vaginal sonogram to confirm/exclude pregnancy. Hope this helps. Take care.
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