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    Default Missing AF *tmi*

    Just wondering if I should be worried or not. DD is 8 months and since her birth I have only had 1.5 days of bleed 3 months ago and 1 day today well 1/2 a day as it was finished before bed. I stopped BF 4 months ago. I'm starting to get concerned as with DS it was back 3 months after birth and I had 3 regular periods before conceiving DD.

    Should I be a little concerned?

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    Are you on contraception? Are you concerned because you think you may be pregnant? Or are you sure you're not pregnant and just worried that the bleeding was only brief?

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    Worried just in general. Particularly the fact that it's just random light bleeds.

    I was hoping to get the implant but can't until it shows itself again.

    :-)There's definitely no way I could be pregnant again.

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    oh, ok. Well my AF didn't return until 19 months with DS (I BF him for 4 years), and I remember that they were a bit irregular to begin with. Maybe your cycles will just be a bit strange for a while? Have you lost a heap of weight lately?

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    No haven't lost any weight.

    Thanks Hollywood. It could be that they are just messed up a bit. Was just a little worried that's all. Didn't know if I should go and see my GP.


 

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