Breast feeding is a natural inhibitor of fertility, so if you're breast feeding you will be highly unlikely to have periods. Non-breast feeding mothers could expect to return to a fairly normal menstrual cycle about 10 weeks after giving birth but this can vary.
Absolutely normal. You will probably find you will have a period very soon as you have stopped breast feeding. You will need to use contraception even if you are not having periods as you can get pregnant before your periods return.
Actually, it is normal for the body to begin menstruation again right after weaning.
It is very normal for you to bleed after birth. Usually the only time you won't right away is if you are breast feeding. Once you start to bleed you are likely to bleed for 4-6 weeks straight.
Yes it is especially if you are breast feeding. i didnt have my period for a year whilst breastfeeding my son.
If you are breast feeding it can take months. My son was 10 months old when I got my period back.
98% of breat feeding women's menstrual cycles are stopped.
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You shouldn't get your period if you are breast-feeding. But if you have decided not to breast-feed, your period should come at about 6-10 weeks later.
You can still get pregnant before you get your period after having a baby. Due to the pregnancy your normal ovulation time could be different. Though if you are breast feeding regularly your cycle may be altered and this can also lower the chances of becoming pregnant, due to certain hormones that breast feeding releases.
Breast-feeding can suppress ovulation, so if you are breast-feeding, that could be the reason you aren't having your period. If you aren't breast-feeding, wait a couple of months more, and then give your obstetrician a call.