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    (Original post by Bhumbauze)
    I wouldn't be able to live a normal life, nor be any use to anyone as a partner or father, if someone pulled me out of a car and left my daughter to burn. You're over-simplifying it, in my opinion.
    I don't think it can be simple or complex. It's just 1 or the other.
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    (Original post by 1on4)
    It isn't rare at all for ovulation to return very quickly after giving birth. Far from it infact. Ever had a baby? Condoms are thrust upon you as you leave hospital! Yes, breastfeeding can delay it somewhat but it varies from woman to woman. It is also common (particularly those TTC) for women to know they are pregnant as early as 10 or 11 days past ovulation.
    Without wanting to offend, your facts sound like they've come from a textbook rather than any personal or professional experience.
    Personally? Being male, no. I do have two children, though. And condoms were certainly never "thrust upon us leaving hospital". It *is* rare for ovulation to return until 2 to 3 months after giving birth, even if not breastfeeding. I also can't think of a reason that anyone in their right mind would be actively TTC so soon after giving birth :eek: (especially given the much higher failure rate of those pregnancies). So yes anyway... it is possible but I still maintain it's highly unlikely.

    Doesn't matter now anyway, the OP has been changed so that it's a toddler dying instead .
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    I would save the two year old.
 
 
 
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