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    Mine came back at around 10 months post partum with dd1. She was still breast feeding. I had 3 regular cycles and then had a frozen emby transferred which resulted in a chemical pregnancy. Next round was a success though. Good luck on your journey ttc #2!

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    Mine came back at 10 months pp while still bfing ds 6 times a day. My cycle was longer though 41 days (pre-preg was 27 days) so I think bfing is still messing with my cycle.

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    Thanks everyone for your response - looks like I'm in with a chance of having a couple of natural cycles before June by these anecdotes I've fully weaned dd now so hopefully my body will play ball.

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    Mine came back as soon as dd wasn't waking as much during the night. She had a week of sleeping 7-5 and bam, AF arrived. She then went back to her usual 2am wakeup grrrr

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