Bf and I had sex for the first time tonight since baby was born and we realized the condom broke but not until after we had finished. Aghhh! My baby is only 1month today.. I have my postpartum checkup on Thursday so it will be too soon for a pregnancy test. I was planning on getting bc then but I will have to wait to find out if I'm prego. How soon can the blood tests tell if your prego? I know I could get a plan b pill but I dont think we want to do that.. call me crazy I know but we were talking about another already he says right away I say wait a year but we hadnt really decided.. but if its happening I don't think I want to stop it. Just doesn't seem right. Does anyone know if a pregnancy test will even be accurate this soon after giving birth (i know i will have to wait a few weeks to test obviously) we probably still have the hormones that effect the tests right?? Aghhh! Can't believe this is happening..
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