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    ^^ Yeah I've heard some whoppers from health 'professionals' regarding breastfeeding.

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    I spotted brown blood about 8 weeks after DD was born (demand feeding 2 hourly). I assumed it was just a bit more lochia??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyLittleLilacTree View Post
    I spotted brown blood about 8 weeks after DD was born (demand feeding 2 hourly). I assumed it was just a bit more lochia??
    Yours probably was but my DS is 7.5 months old so that can't be why this is happening to me. I've got an appointment to see my MCHN soon so I'll talk to her about it.

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    Lol, right - I mustn't have read the post as well as I thought I did! Would be a bit of a worry if it was! Good luck xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyLittleLilacTree View Post
    Lol, right - I mustn't have read the post as well as I thought I did! Would be a bit of a worry if it was! Good luck xx
    I did wonder why you mentioned it! Thanks for replying though 😃

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    Mine came back 6 months twice, and 4 months once, after my births, and I've been continuously breastfeeding for about 8 years.... and I always exclusively breastfeed for the first 6 months.

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    Nine months with DS1.

    DS2 is 7.5 months and nothing yet (yay to that)..

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    6 weeks with all three and for me the more frequently I breastfeed the shorter my cycles are (sometimes I'd bleed for 8 days and have a 10 day cycle! So sucky!) Normally I'm a 3-4 day bleed with a 28 day cycle.

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    havent got mine back yet, bubs turns 1 on the 28th of this month ( i know!!!)

    ps and yes i was another one who fell pregnant twice while still breastfeeding!

    brown spotting id be seeing a doctor
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    Mine came back at about 11-12 weeks post partum. I was demand BFing twins every 2-3 hours around the clock


 

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