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    My DD just turned 1 last week. I'm currently on cd2. Ive had fairly regular 30-34 day cycles for about 6 months. Until the month we wanted to ttc my cycle decided to be 64 Days!! I was only 7dpo

    So this will be our 2nd cycle trying. Hoping it is a more normal Cycle. Im putting the long cycle down to the fact that she was quite colicky for a while when I started taking conception and bfing vitamins again. So she was feeding constantly overnight.

    I have low supply so have been on medication since January. But my gp has advisedto come off it so it has decreased dramatically. She only has 1 and a half feeds in 24 hrs from me now. Sometimes a night comfort feed too.
    The other 1.5 feeds are formula.

    Im devastated that ill prob have no milk soon and dont want to risk no ovulation by pumping frequently to increase supply.


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    You've done so well to make it this far! I hope that you can continue till you're ready to wean.. But if your milk dries up I do hope a BFP follows soon after!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey&&me View Post
    You've done so well to make it this far! I hope that you can continue till you're ready to wean.. But if your milk dries up I do hope a BFP follows soon after!
    Aww thanks

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    We have just decided to ttc number four and I'm currently feeding our 13 month old but I am really unsure whether to wean her or not. She still has 3 bf a day and pretty much asks for them. I think I'm likely to be O-ing as AF returned when she was 3.5 months old and all the signs are there. I've not fed through ttc or pregnancy before so not really sure what to expect.


 

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