Menstruation usually starts about two months after childbirth. However, breastfeeding may delay it somewhat.
After about 4 weeks, sex is not recommended for about 6 weeks birth control takes aprox 2 weeks to become active (pill). If you are breastfeeding birth control isn't recommended there is birth control for breastfeeding mothers, the hormones are lower.
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.)
absolutly! Just after having a baby you start menstrating. Are you not supposed to hold your baby just after giving birth?
too soon for your husband
If you are breastfeeding, this could be why. Also if you are not breastfeeding and you don't start within the next week, take another pregnancy test to make sure. If you're still concerned, check with a doctor
immediately after giving birth. Many women already start producing milk in the latter stages of pregnancy.
Commonly yes. A cow will start to lactate a few days to a couple weeks prior to giving birth.
Breastfeeding helps with weight loss after giving birth to a baby. Eating more frequently but in smaller portions can also help. Exercise that is safe for postpartum women can also be a help in your quest to loose weight.
Your body returns to its normal ovulating pattern. so if you want to take birth control, you need to start taking either the pill (if you are bottle feeding) or the mini pill (if you are breastfeeding) on DAY 21 following the birth of your baby. If you are breastfeeding, it is fairly unlikely that you would get pregant in the first couple of weeks.
Nothing. You are just not guaranteed to not be pregnant when you start taking them. It's always best to follow the directions on these things...
No, it is not possible to have forced menstruation. It is the body's natural process in which you will start your cycle.
Really this is a question?
it depends on the person and also whether you breast feed or not. i breastfed both my daughters till they were a year old and i didn't get a period until they were about 10 months old. breastfeeding exclusively can hasten the return of your period. i know people who have gotten pregnant 6 weeks after giving birth, so your body is going to start when it is ready.
You cant make menstruation start earlier than it is due to start. Menstruation is controlled by your menstrual cycle, you can't skip phases of your cycle or speed-up your cycle to start menstruation early.
Milk still developes even if you are not going to breastfeed. However, your milk will start disappearing soon after birth so long as their is no stimulation to your nipples.
Usually in the last trimester before giving birth.
They start to show the baby bump a couple of days before giving birth.
This varies from each individual cow. On average, a cow will start to produce milk two to three days prior to giving birth.
of course not, menstruation occurs on the 14th day not the ovulation, and I say that the start of the menstrual cycle is actually menstruation.
No, you don't have to start your period to get pregnant. Menstruation only occurs if you ovulate and don't fall pregnant - ovulation occurs before menstruation - so it would be possible to ovulate and get pregnant before ever having your first period. Always use birth control to prevent unintended pregnancy.
i didnt have your baby