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Positive pregnancy test 7weeks PP

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Mummasgirls · 25/06/2020 13:40

Hi

I took a pregnancy test and it was positive!! I gave birth to my little girl at the start of May. I was 7 weeks PP when I took the test.

Could it be left over hormones???
I'm freaking out Shock

Thanks!!

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Buddyelf · 25/06/2020 13:45

7 weeks PP I would have though is too far to still have pregnancy hormones but Iโ€™m certain on that. Have you had unprotected sex? If you have you could well be pregnant again sorry.

Char2020 · 25/06/2020 13:45

Have you had Unprotected sex since you had your daughter? You will know the likelihood of being pregnant again. If not then itโ€™s likely left over hormones from your daughter as it can take months for things to get back to normal

AriettyHomily · 25/06/2020 13:48

It's very very very unlikley that it is still HCG.

ballsdeep · 25/06/2020 13:58

If you've had unprotected sex then yes you could be pregnant . Surely you know this?! Everywhere in the maternity wards were posters saying this and advising contraception . The mw also told me the same thing and so did the health visitor?!

Mummasgirls · 25/06/2020 14:11

I don't know how to edit my post-

We have had sex a few times but used condoms. I don't think one spilt but I'm worrying in case it did. Hopefully it's left over hormones

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Temple29 · 25/06/2020 14:15

I donโ€™t think you would get a positive pregnancy test 7 weeks pp without being pregnant. I would ring your GP and ask.

Emelene · 25/06/2020 14:21

I don't think it can be left over hormones. I'd get another test with a first morning urine and then speak to your GP.

Mummasgirls · 10/10/2020 23:22

It was left over hormones ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…
I'm defo NOT pregnant

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