Did Adam and Eve have Children before the fall?

I have often contemplate whether or not it was possible for Adam and Eve to have children inside the garden of Eden. After all, they were created for the purpose of becoming one flesh. I’ve heard it explained that the one flesh is the bond between the two sexes, once the conjugal act is commited, but I’ve also heard(which would also make sense) that a child is created from them (which in most cases would be just one) and this would make the “one” that is explained as one flesh.
Would it be Anathema to suggest that they had children inside of the Garden?

Adam and Eve could have had children before the fall. The command to be fertile and multiply precedes the fall (Genesis 1:28). However, Genesis is pretty clear that they did not have children until after the fall.

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