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    Default Re: When did your periods return

    1: six weeks! Not exclusively bf though.
    2: 15 months so far

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    11 weeks, EBF.

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    DS is nearly 7 months, bf on demand (2 hourly overnight) and still no af.

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    I think mine has returned today, my little girl is exactly one month old. PP bleeding had all but stopped a day or two ago and suddenly has increased again last night and today. Its definitely different to the PP bleeding and seems a lot like a period. Thing is I have PCOS and before my baby I was on the pill to regulate cycles otherwise I wouldn't get a period at all!!! BOOOO!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyMac View Post
    I think mine has returned today, my little girl is exactly one month old. PP bleeding had all but stopped a day or two ago and suddenly has increased again last night and today. Its definitely different to the PP bleeding and seems a lot like a period. Thing is I have PCOS and before my baby I was on the pill to regulate cycles otherwise I wouldn't get a period at all!!! BOOOO!!!
    Boooo :-( u poor thing! I wonder if anyone has done research on this??

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    I got AF last week. DS#2 is 8 weeks today.
    Mine could defiantly be stress though. We are having a hard time BFing.

    DS#1 I can't remember but was before 4 months.


 

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