OK my friend told me last night that she is having lots of pregnancy symptoms quite mildly though and she thinks through her discharge she was ovulating on 2 or 3 days separately last week so is it possible she could be pregnant even through ovulation?
i dont want to disagree with the others but i was reading a magazine the other day and a lady got pregnant twice in 8 weeks so she must have ov when she was pg, she thought she was pregnant with twins but at the scans 1 baby was alot smaller than the other , turns out she was already 8 weeks pregnant when she conceieved a 2nd time , the babies were deliverd at the same time , they are perfectly healthy the magazine was ( Full House issue 7 jan 12 2009 ) in a normal pregnancy like joy said your body usually produces hormones to stop ov but in some rare cases you can get pregnant when you already are , but i think the discharge is more than likely just related to the pg x
thanks for the help ladies i passed on your messages and she was very grateful and I've told her to read that magazine LadyM84 thanks think i will too sounds interesting! I also thought that i still produced cysts when i was pregnant and that only happenes when i ovulate so starting to think it maybe possible. I mean i fell pregnant on the pill (which is supposed to produce hormone to stop ovulation) so if i can ovulate and fall pregnant on that i guess its a possibility my friend could be pregnant and ovulate! x
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