I'm having my first one now. It has been two weeks and is still going strong.
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.
The question is a little vague...but it is possible to get pregnant while breastfeeding. Some women will not have a period the entire time they are lactating, while other women resume their monthly cycle 2-3 months after giving birth. This varies from woman to woman and from the frequency of breastfeeding. Just because you haven't had a period, does not mean you are not ovulating. Typically a woman ovulates 2 weeks before her period. So you can ovulate before ever getting your first postpartum period. Breastfeeding also increases your chances of conceiving twins. If you are trying to conceive and would like twins, then try to get pregnant during your first postpartum period. The reason for this is because your body has not ovulated since you conceived the baby you are nursing, and sometimes when ovulation kicks in again, it can be cause hyperovulation where your ovary or ovaries release more then one egg. If you are pregnant and breastfeeding, this is perfectly fine. As long as your doctor is comfortable with the fetus growing and developing properly, then you can nurse as long as you like. If your doctor doesn't think the baby is getting adequate nutrition, or you are not consuming enough calories, you may want to stop or cut back the nursing frequency.
There is no real set age when babies stop breastfeeding. It can be up to the mother, or the baby can ween his/herself. In my personal opinion, I would stop breastfeeding when the baby can eat solid food, and/or drink out of a cup. Or maybe even when he or she can say that they are thirsty. But every mother and baby are different.
It varies very much. Some women get a period about a month after giving birth. Some women do not get a period for months if they are fully breastfeeding. Just because you don't have a period does not mean you cannot get pregnant. Every Ob/Gyn (or GP) has seen women pregnant at the post-natal check. Also do not rely on breastfeeding as a contraceptive. I doesn't work like that. Every woman is different. I was breast feeding for a month and then had to stop. Then six weeks later got my first period. So all up it was ten weeks later. I don't even know if it matters if you breast feed or not to whether your period comes earlier or later. Anyway, like I said Everyone is different. Good Luck
Indefinately. Also athletes tend to skip periods or terminate cycles. And women like me that breatfeed exclusively will stop their periods. I am going on 19 months period free because of breastfeeding. Still if you are worried see someone about it. There are tons of resources available for women in most communities. i live pretty rural and we still have an obgyn clinic.
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