Ok odd question but here it goes?!
Question: after you had a baby and had the tubal while you were still in the hospital how long should you menstrate? if it's not even been 4 weeks and the blood is gone(sorry TMI) but does that possibly indicate pregnancy?
Answers: after you had a baby and had the tubal while you were still in the hospital how long should you menstrate? if it's not even been 4 weeks and the blood is gone(sorry TMI) but does that possibly indicate pregnancy?
I think I saw that you're breastfeeding. Don't expect a period while you're steady breastfeeding. Once you've decreased the amount you're breastfeeding or stop, then you should start menstrating again. It's one of those perks of breastfeeding---a few more months of no periods. :)
It has been proven that if you breastfed your child on demand everytime he needed to eat, you should not be able to get pregnant (of course, who wants to do that and even missing one feed can throw that off---so no way am I saying do this). So, it just takes awhile for you to start your cycle back after you quit breastfeeding. Hope this helps you. I think you're probably fine. I could in no way think about having sex until I was 4 weeks out---3rd degree episiotomy and a tear and then a 2nd degree with second boy.
No - every woman is different after having a baby when it comes to bleeding and menstruation.
If you haven't had sex in the past 4 weeks (which it is advised not to, in order to allow your vaginal muscles to relax and go back to normal), then you are not pregnant.
You had a baby and a tubal, had sex within 4 weeks of those two events, and now think you're pregnant again? No. Most women don't start menstruating after pregnancy for a few months.