It will start back up within a few months. It is possible to ovulate during this time so be careful.
Don't rely on breastfeeding as a source of Birth Control... I started back up at 6 weeks postpartum, and I'm breastfeeding my son. The average time, I think, is about 6 months postpartum, but then there are people like me who ovulated 4 weeks after giving birth! (Note: I've known people who didn't start up for a year of two after giving birth.)
Yes. I would not recommend stopping breastfeeding until your baby is ready, but you can stop for a short time to allow your period to start again and then continue breastfeeding for your baby's health.
No. There´s a old rumor that you can´t get pregnant while breastfeeding and you can. After you´ve stopped breastfeeding your period should be normal.
If you are breastfeeding your period could possibly not start until after you stop breastfeeding. If you are not breastfeeding some people start right away while others take several months. This is all normal and nothing to worry about, but if you are worrying you should see a doctor. Keep in mind that you can get pregnant after having a baby even if you have not started your period yet.
Breastfeeding doens't affect periods.
6 to 8 weeks....
Yes, breastfeeding shouldn't be interupted because of your menstrual cycle. Breastfeeding will continue as long as your child feeds of you, once you stop feeding preferable after the child is 12 months or older your body will discontinue producing milk.
usually every 27 days
Usually a few days to a week.
Is it normal to start your period and stop the same day
I'm having my first one now. It has been two weeks and is still going strong.