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    8 months after no 2, she was my first ovulation after no 1 at 10 months.

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    Default When did your periods return

    Subbing..am curious to know why AF stays away and why it returns?? (I havent done the research, am just enjoying no AF for now!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Subbing..am curious to know why AF stays away and why it returns?? (I havent done the research, am just enjoying no AF for now!)
    I dunno I always thought that it was natures way when you were ready for another baby but I'm not too sure why nature would think anyone is ready to go 4 weeks after giving birth!!

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    Default When did your periods return

    Mine came back for 2 days last week. DD is 7 months old, BF on demand and wakes every 2 hours throughout the night for a feed.

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    I breastfed for 15 months and never had a period during that time.

    I stopped feeding, and then started ttc, had a m/c straight away so I never really had a period. Pregnant again now, hahha, so I assume no period for a loooong time!! YAY

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    Default When did your periods return

    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Subbing..am curious to know why AF stays away and why it returns?? (I havent done the research, am just enjoying no AF for now!)
    In theory a bf mummy is the sole food source for her bub and since pregnancy can affect milk supply - nature protects the Childs food source by inhibiting ovulation and another pregnancy. This was especially important in bygone eras where food was scarce and women had less reserves.

    These days there is enough food for mums to bf and have successful pregnancies. Well in some countries and societies.

    But there are stuff ups as no system is perfect.

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    6 months, even though DS was still on my like a leech!

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    Default Re: When did your periods return

    DS1 - 10months and it returned
    DS2 - is currently 4.5mths old and no af yet! Hoping it stays away for awhile longer :-)

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    Default When did your periods return

    After both ds's af returned at 4 and a half months, ds1 was bf n ff til 6 months, ds2 was exclusively bf til 5 and a half months so I was pretty annoyed af returned before we stopped bf..

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    Default When did your periods return

    Quote Originally Posted by ciaomamma View Post
    I dunno I always thought that it was natures way when you were ready for another baby but I'm not too sure why nature would think anyone is ready to go 4 weeks after giving birth!!
    OMG nature may be ready but I'm sure not LOL..interesting, thanks


 

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