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My wife and I are looking to have a first time birth with our first child. We have been trying since June of 2016. Our issue is that we have both had sex twice in one day, and I am concerned about getting her pregnant again, although she is fine. I know there is a tiny chance she could be pregnant again but I don't want to take any chances. Also, does anyone have any tips on how to make sure the baby comes out with only a small opening (I don't mean that I want to see the baby come out, I just mean I want her to have a normal birth and not have to have an C-section or other intervention). Thank you for any input.

You guys are definitely in for a surprise. We just had our first "surprise" and it was a double blessing. DD had an early rupture at 38 weeks and I was about 2 days away from an emergency c section. My doctor was amazed that we did not need one, but instead DD went into labor a couple hours after I ruptured and had a wonderful vaginal birth. If you are concerned about getting her pregnant again, just know that you can. We went through every step and I am a HUGE advocate for adoption, and I would rather be a mother to two wonderful children. We are still so excited and are just now thinking of names, and I could not be more thrilled with my DD and how she was.

Thank you so much for replying! I will be praying for you and her to have a healthy birth as you said. And I will also be praying that it is a surprise for her too. That is what I hope for.

My wife and I are looking to have a first time birth with our first child. We have been trying since June of 2016. Our issue is that we have both had sex twice in one day, and I am concerned about getting her pregnant again, although she is fine. So would that concern mean we should be worried about getting her pregnant again? Also, should we tell anyone about this before we are expecting?

Thank you for responding to my question. And thank you for adopting through the agency, it is a beautiful thing!

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Report This| Share this:Could getting her pregnant again be a problem?My wife and I are looking to have a first time birth with our first child. We have been trying since June of 2016. Our issue is that we have both had sex twice in one day, and I am concerned about getting her pregnant again, although she is fine. So would that concern mean we should be worried about getting her pregnant again? Also, should we tell anyone about this before we are expecting?

Hello my friend,I am sorry to hear that. That is very concerning. I hope it is not too late to start trying. I have some reading material for you on the matter. I do recommend you read this booklet. It will help you make decisions. My doctor gave it to me. In the booklet you will see the link to the book. If I can help you in anyway, please do not hesitate to call me. God Bless,Darlene

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Report This| Share this:Could getting her pregnant again be a problem?Hello my friend,I am sorry to hear that. That is very concerning. I hope it is not too late to start trying. I have some reading material for you on the matter. I do recommend you read this booklet. It will help you make decisions. My doctor gave it to me. In the booklet you will see the link to the book. If I can help you in anyway, please do not hesitate to call me. God Bless,Darlene

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