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    DS: 19 months (BF on demand and he was a keen feeder night and day)

    DD: 8 months (she can go way longer than DS went between feeds and she has taken to solids better than DS did).

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    3 months
    I can't remember!
    9 months

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    9 or 10 months, still BFing but only once or twice overnight by that stafe

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    3 months with my ds he was comp fed from the beginning so I wasent demand feeding
    DD is roughly 6 months now and no sign I am demand feeding no nights haven't done night apart from wonder weeks since 1 month she is on 3 solids a day but still snacks!
    I am a little freaked bcoz me and hubby DTD recently without protection :face palm: but the chances of me falling pregnant for a once off still BF would be low or should I be concerned?

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    6 weeks with DS1, even though he fed constantly.
    With DS2 I had a tiny bit of light bleeding for a day last month so I'm thinking AF may return this month when he'll be 10 months old.

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    4 weeks
    I was exclusively breastfeeding but was told because he was sleeping 7 hour stretches from early on that was probably the reason.
    Wasnt happy lol

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    Sounds like there's no "normal" hoping I can stretch it :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by diesal444 View Post
    4 weeks
    I was exclusively breastfeeding but was told because he was sleeping 7 hour stretches from early on that was probably the reason.
    Wasnt happy lol
    That's really early. My dd was having long gaps between feeds then too and it didn't trigger AF. I think we probably don't know what triggers that first cycle in some women. If you go back for more kids I hope AF stays away for longer for you.

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    4 months. DS had been sleeping through 7pm-5am from 10 weeks.

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    My son was exclusively breastfed, wouldn't go longer than 3 hours without a feed for many many many months, was over 10lbs at birth and drank A LOT each feed... and I still got my period at 6 weeks post partum


 

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