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    I fell preggers with ds2 when still bf'ing ds1 twice per day. Ds1 self weaned when I was about 3 months along.

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    No, not necessarily. I conceived second time when I was breastfeeding my first, then I was tandem nursing both boys when I became pregnant again

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    Hi I haven't read any replies but the short answer is no. If your period has returned then it's likely you are ovulating so pregnancy is possible. While you are still feeding your cycles may be slightly more irregular but you can still get pregnant. If I was you I would set a time limit (like 6months) and if no pregnancy then try tracking ovulation for a few months and if still no luck then I would consider weaning. That would be my plan. Hopefully you can find a plan you are happy with.

    When I night weaned my son (still feeding 3 times in the day) I was preggo within a few weeks!!! I am sending you all my fertility good vibes!
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    I feel pregnant with this baby while dd3 was bf she was having a lot more feeds then your one

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    If your period is back you don't need to wean. I didn't get my period back at all. That's why I had to wean

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    Thanks all for the advice and the positive stories.

    I do plan to wean at some point but I want to do it slowly and when the time is right. But I am so crazy clucky right now!! I am so glad I don't have to choose between weaning and TTC!

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    I only got af back when ds was 17 months. I had 4 periods before dd conceived and I'm pretty sure the first 2-3 weren't fertile. It was the last overnight feed that I needed to cut out...then was fertile. He was still feeding AT LEAST 5 times in 24 hours.


 

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