Yep. I breastfed my son for a year, got pregnant, breastfed my daughter for two years, and never had a period til after that.
I solely breastfed both my children until they were 20 months old, and after both births I started getting periods 6 weeks after I had them
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.
Sometimes breastfeeding will suppress menstruation and ovulation, sometimes it doesn't. Breastfeeding is not a reliable form of contraception.
No. If you are having periods, you are not pregnant.
Generally while woman are breastfeeding they do not have periods.
because you are pregnant dummy
I just found out that I'm pregnant and haven't had a period due to birth control and breastfeeding my first child. So, I'm in the same boat. I'm not sure when i conceived or my due date because I don't have a last period to go by. Any answers?
can you get pregnant when your on the implant and still have periods
no because if the egg is then fertilised, then you will become pregnant, and you do not have periods while you are pregnant.
No, when your pregnant your periods stop completely. Then return after the birth. This is because your egg is being used and isn't going to be flushed away, meaning no blood can be released.