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Hi,
My husabnd and I have 4 children. Our youngest is only 11 weeks old, two weeks ago we had intercourse without a condum, but I am on birth control and breastfeeding my son. Since breastfeeding I have not had period. I noticed late last week alittle spotting early one morning and red the next morning and turing brown by the end on the next day. Not much just a few times through those two days. Could I be pregnant? One sign I always knew I was pregnant was the little bumps aroung the nipples, right now I am healing from Thrush I recieved from my son. So my breasts are always sore and tender.
Thanks
Katie

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If you are the right age, have all your reproductive organs and having intercourse, it is always possible that you are pregnant. Nothing is 100%. I'm sure you know that.

However, most women who breast feed don't have their fertility return until almost a year. But that of course varies between women and can depend on how often baby feeds, if you are exclusively breast feeding etc.

I know between the time I had baby and my period returned, I had what is called break through bleeding. It isn't a true period, there was no ovulation before hand. It occurs when part of the lining of the uterus breaks away because your hormone level has dropped a bit. Sometimes it can be enough to be just like a normal period and other times it can be a bit of spotting.

This is what I would think is the most likely cause, however, like I said prior, you can never rule out pregnancy.
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