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    Lol there's a high chance of me chickening out in September and waiting til next year.

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    Most of the others are breast feeding and not having 70+ cycles.

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    5 months pp is early so still seems like your body could still be trying to sort itself out. But it won't hurt to induce af if you can either way though so I say go for it just be careful of side effects that's all.

    And come on try next month with me!

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    Oh and baby boy L is 11 months old today LT! Can not believe he is one in a month!

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    Default : Pumpkin Protocol 2014: Belated BFPs, Bumps & Babies #3

    Mamasupial, it still took 4 cycles of bf twice a day to get back to a completly normal cycle.
    I was told by my physio that even if your not bf it still takes at least 6 months for hormones to even out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    She got our hopes up!

    I guess we can be patient.
    We can? 😳

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    Aha. Hasn't it taken most of the others longer for their cycles to settle pp? (Just wondering if it's too early to be concerned with that as yet?)

    I'd love for my body to "normalise" pp. But I really doubt it will happen.
    There is hope. I fell naturally with our second, third and fourth (pregnancy) first go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjk View Post
    Oh and baby boy L is 11 months old today LT! Can not believe he is one in a month!
    Wow - time is flying. Do you think you will do anything for his first or keep it on the quiet?

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    I'm trying not to put any pressure on - that won't help her cortisol level

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Wow - time is flying. Do you think you will do anything for his first or keep it on the quiet?
    On the quiet? Ha ha ha ha ha!!!

    (She's in party planning overload right now) )

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