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    Hi all,

    After your bubs was born how long did it take for your period to return to normal? I thought I was back to normal now I've gone almost 2 months with nothing. I had a c-section so I don't know if that makes any difference either.

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    Dd1 - AF came back one week before her first birthday (still BFing 2-3 times a day).

    Dd2 is 9.5 months and no AF.

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    11 months.

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    I went straight to my second pregnancy without a period. So theoretically DD is 21mths and I'm 8mths pregnant with no period since nov 2009

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    Mine returned 6 weeks after DD's birth and she was fully BF. Talk about being ripped off

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    6 weeks after cessation of all bf.
    PS. Yay!

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    Mine was four months after c-section.
    Fully breastfeeding too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slf2205 View Post
    Mine returned 6 weeks after DD's birth and she was fully BF. Talk about being ripped off
    same here!

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    My DS was 8 months old and fully breastfed still

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    Finished bf at 6 months then took another month or so to come back.

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