AF is regular now, DD nearly 11 months, will be ttc when 14/15 months.
Anyone successfully conceived whilst bf
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16-07-2014 16:13 #1
Bf and conception
16-07-2014 16:29 #2
Yep, conceived DS2 within a couple of months of trying while still bf'ing DS1 - he was 18mo and down to just 1 - 2 feeds per day.
16-07-2014 17:54 #3
Yep. I was bf DS 3-4 times a day when we conceived this bub when DS was 11mo. We had been TTC since AF returned when DS was 7mo.
Now 29 weeks and still bf 2x p/day
16-07-2014 18:14 #4
We conceived DS2 while I was still breast feeding DS1 (he was 8 months old at the time). I had only had AF return that cycle and I then fell pregnant. Was still breast feeding 3-4 times a day (sometimes more). Good luck!
16-07-2014 18:16 #5
Twice. First time my son was only bf twice a day and it took a year for my cycles to regulate enough to get pregnant. My milk dried up pretty quick and quit bf at 9 wks pregnant.
Second time my son was feeding 3/4 times a day I think and it was an accident pregnancy. It ended in mmc, we were still feeding once a day when I found I'd lost the pregnancy. I didn't feel very healthy at the time.
This pregnancy I actually weaned my son the week I ovulated.
If your af is regular it's a pretty good sign you're fertile
16-07-2014 19:57 #6
Yes, I have done so twice. The first time was when my son was 14 months old, be was still nursing very regularly, but my periods had been back since 4 months post partum. It took 3 months of trying to get pregnant, the second time I was actually tandem nursing, a 2 yr old and a 4 yr old. We weren't trying, was an 'oops!'
Yes, if your cycle is regular, the chances are good! All the best
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16-07-2014 20:18 #8
Twice for me too.
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16-07-2014 21:09 #9
Thanks Dr just made it seem like it was going to be very difficult
16-07-2014 21:10 #10
Yes, DD1 was 13 months old and I'd had 3 periods. She was feeding many times a day and at least once overnight.
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