How often were you feeding when you conceived?
We are going to ttc soon & ds is still feeding, generally 3 times a day (2 if I'm working). I'm worried that still feeding will make it difficult to conceive
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01-05-2012 22:53 #1
If you fell pregnant whe breast feeding.......
01-05-2012 22:55 #2
At least twice during the day and heaps overnight (we were cosleeping and she would latch on whenever she wanted and I didnt often wake up so don't know how many feeds she had at night exactly). She was 17 months when we conceived
01-05-2012 22:58 #3
Same, basically all the time ds was ten months. Had to use an ovulation test to fall preg.
01-05-2012 23:03 #4
I was still feeding 3-4 times a day at 12 months old when I fell pregnant. He was sleeping 12 hours at night though.
01-05-2012 23:05 #5
2-4 times in the day and maybe 3 at night, sometimes more. My cycle was really irregular so I used an ovulation test and conceived my second a week before my first son's first birthday
01-05-2012 23:20 #6
I fell pregnant when DD was 18 months, at the beginning of that cycle I cut out about 3 or 4 feeds and kept up 2. I think it was the sudden decrease in feeding that triggered ovulation.
01-05-2012 23:30 #7
The first time every 45min-4 hours 27/7. The second time 3-4 times a day.
01-05-2012 23:35 #8Happy family
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15 months old and feeding 3-8 times in a 24 hour period. I had AF back regularly though since he was 3 months old and it took us 8 months of ttc
02-05-2012 18:10 #9
4-5 times in 24hrs. DD was 13mths old. I only found out at 10wks when I couldnt work out why my jeans wouldnt fit anymore and Iwas cranky for no reason.
02-05-2012 18:28 #10
Several.times through the night, but not often during the day unless I was trying to get him to nap. He was 2.5 years.
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