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    Mines not back yet 8 months later. Heres hoping it comes back before our TTC date! Oh yeah and still breastfeeding.

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    I was BFing & AF came back when my daughter stopped night feeds at 6 months old. They were light, short & regular. Interestingly, when my daughter self-weaned at 13.5 months, AF changed. She is now heavy & I have strong, noticeable ovulation pain!


 

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