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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Nope. I fed DD1 til 15 months then endured 2 and a half years of IVF hell before I was pregnant with DD2. I weaned her at a bit over 22 months to do IVF and was pregnant with DS1 immediately. I weaned him around 14 months and fell pregnant with DD3 about a month later (unplanned).

    So there was a few weeks between weaning and pregnancy each time but I still had milk.

    Worst part is I've had about 3 periods in the last 7 years. Not looking forward to that again.
    Wow, it's going to be like a whole new world having your body completely back! Not having to worry about pregnancies or trying as well. We've been talking about trying again, when's the best time, etc. We thought about starting now or in a month and then I remembered that I'm still not getting my period so I'd probably have to at least night wean him to try to get it all going again, not up for that yet!

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    Yay congrats, were just at the beginning of our journey 2 years in hopefully many more to come

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    Congrats great job. Looking forward to my ending in a couple of years yay!!!!
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    Wowzer @Sonja !!
    You are a braver woman that me!

    Congratulations on such an awesome achievement.

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    Great job! 👏

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    That's huge! Amazing effort!

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