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    Christ if I get hair loss I'll end up bald. I have quite fine hair although a bit of it. I can't afford to lose any though 😁😥

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    The hair loss sucks. Yes it can take a while to start happening, I can't remember how long it went on for but it felt like ages. Don't remember anything about CM but my supply only started reducing when DS was eating a lot of solids probably around 7 months or so. AF returned around 9 months when DS started sleeping through.

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    I lost so much hair when I was exclusively breastfeeding ( more than when I was formula feeding) but it never affected my milk supply


 

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