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Answered 2008-01-04 10:48:21

Yes, but you might be pregnant again.

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after having my daugther in may i havent got my period and its been 4 months is that normal i took test and it came out negative?

If you havent had your period in 7 months you probably need to go to the doctor, that is not normal.

Yes it is especially if you are breast feeding. i didnt have my period for a year whilst breastfeeding my son.

Can you still get pregnant if you havent had a period in 8 months

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.

Yes, you can and you can still get pregnant. I've been breastfeeding exclusively for 10 months now and have not had a period. If you are breastfeeding and supplementing with formula or pumping you can get a period easier rather than just breastfeeding alone.

mine were very light when i was breastfeeding and some months non existant. everyones different though, id speak to your midwife.

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.

yes, it usually takes a month or three to re-regulate your period. good luck Joymaker RN

Don't worry about having your period while breastfeeding this is normal. If you have given birth within a month it is unlikely to be a true period and will be postnatal bleeding (this can last weeks, sometimes months).The most likely time to get your first period is sometime after you introduce solids or formula to your little ones diet. Remember just because you haven't had a period does not mean you aren't fertile and can't get pregnant.

Depends on when you gave birth. If you are breastfeeding only and gives the baby nothing else you can be protected from pregnancy for up to 6 months after birth. But that is if you only give him that and nothing else! See the doctor for the most reliable result.

Periods come and go, I wouldn't worry to much :)

It can take up to 12 months, especially if you are breastfeeding.

yes it can take 6 months to normalize your flow and 3 years to get pregnant. so relax and good luck Joymaker rn

If you're still ovulating then you can still conceive. See your DR to find out why your period hasn't arrived. This is not normal.

It is not normal to not get your menstrual period for two months. The best thing to do is see your doctor or gynecologist to determine the exact cause.

if you are just started to get your period yes it is normal to be irregular. but if you have been having your period this is not normal at all.

would you be pregnet if you havent had your period for 3 months now

theres a chance you can be pregnant so take a test ASAP ! i havent had mine in 3months nd i found out im pregnant

its your period mosty likely. if you havent started it yet, you have. if you have, its normal

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