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    Default No period 6mths post csection

    I've always had irregular periods. Sometimes 4-6mths between them. After having my son via emergency csec over 6 months ago I still haven't had a period.

    Should I be worried about this?

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    Are you breastfeeding? If so that can cause your period to not return. If you have had irregular periods in the past I wouldn't be too concerned but might be worth speaking to a gp about just incase.

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    Stopped breastfeeding almost 3 months ago. Yeah I'm not too worried bit I wasn't sure if that's just because I'm used to it by now

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