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    Default first menstrual after birth

    With my second baby i experienced early menses..as my first born it only came after the sixth month from the date i gave birth. Have anyone experienced the same thing like this? Is it normal?

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    I've only had one bub but mine started

    14 weeks post partum
    Still exclusively breast feeding
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    My bub is almost 11 months old and I still haven't got my periods back.

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    I got mine back at 6wk pp just a couple of days after lochia finished. 11wks now and I've had my second menses so it's definitely back.

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    Mine started at around 14 months pp. I bf until 15 months.

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    Just had my first menstrual cycle at 16 weeks post-partum. Stopped BF'ing at 12 weeks. I BF longer with my first DD and had my period at around 5months PP.

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    5 weeks here. Fully bf also .

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    14 months, no period. Pregnant again

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    8.5 months PP and still no sign of AF. Can't say I'm not excited about that!

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    9.5 months ebf and nothing


 

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