Can you get pregnant before your first period after an abortion
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After an abortion, your body will need some time to heal and you may not find that your period is as regular as it once was. However, this does not mean that you are not able to become pregnant. Since it is possible to ovulate even without the presence of a period, you still have the chance of becoming pregnant during this time.
It is important that you avoid having sexual intercourse for at least two to three weeks following an abortion. During this healing process, it will be easier for you to become injured or contract an infection.
After this time period, you should make sure that you are practicing safe sex in order to avoid becoming pregnant again. Typically, women see their period return four to six weeks following their period, but this is not always the case. Because of this, it is vital that you use a contraceptive while you are having intercourse. Not only does this protect your from pregnancy, but it protects you from STDs as well.Can you get pregnant before your first period after an abortion, 4.0 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
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Ms. Ledoux began her career as an ObGyn nurse practitioner prior to becoming a practicing midwife in the Santa Cruz community. Working together with ObGyn physicians in her own practice, she has over 20 years experience in women's health, pregnancy and childbirth.