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    Everyone's bodies handle it differently. You should get a blood test to check your prolactin levels, that's what will determine whether it may impact on ovulation or implantation. But well established regular cycles are a good step in the right direction

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    Yep, fell pregnant first month trying for #2 when DS1 was 13 months and feeding 3-4 times over 24 hours.


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    I came here wondering the same thing. Period returned 6 months ago and the last 3 cycles have been predictable - trying this one. Currently 5dpo and so so impatient with the TWW...
    DD is 12 months and a bit of a booby monster, would do it all day if she could but currently 3 feeds during the day and 1 through the night (more if she wakes more with teething/illness etc)
    Interesting that many seem to concieve boys while breastfeeding, I wonder if there's anything in that?
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    Interesting idea about conceiving boys...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLadyBojangles View Post
    I came here wondering the same thing. Period returned 6 months ago and the last 3 cycles have been predictable - trying this one. Currently 5dpo and so so impatient with the TWW...
    DD is 12 months and a bit of a booby monster, would do it all day if she could but currently 3 feeds during the day and 1 through the night (more if she wakes more with teething/illness etc)
    Interesting that many seem to concieve boys while breastfeeding, I wonder if there's anything in that?
    Mine was dd conceived whilst bf'ing !


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