Im worried I have 4 kids and my last baby is 9 months old and is slowing down his eating patterns. He eats more table and baby foods and takes a cup while im at school for 8 hrs twice a week. I am not on birthcontrol and no other consistant birthcontrol I am feeling movement periodically through out the day. I have had a bloated painful feeling which i use to experience when i was ovulating. Im not sure if im ovulating because I have not had a period since his birth. while having intercourse with my husband I started having pink and blood tinged discharge. Could i be pregnant, is my main question?? PLEASE HELP!! yes, ive3 had a ton of kids but I haven't every been off of birthcontrol while nursing.I feel naustious and sleepy but IDK if its because of my crazy schedule...
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