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PCOS - stopped BF & no period yet?

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#1 Teah

Posted 14 June 2018 - 06:27 AM

Hi ladies.

I have a 10wk old boy and stopped BF him at 3wks due to supply and still no period??

With my first i stopped BF her at 6wks on a Monday and by that friday i had my first period!

If it hasnt showed up in 3-4wks should i go to obgyn? Should i be concerned?

Anyone else with pcos had this happen?

I really want to start trying for baby #3.


#2 Caribou

Posted 14 June 2018 - 07:10 AM

I have PCOS, it took about 3 months for my period to return after feeding my first to 10weeks before moving to formula.

My second i Bf still post 1 year and period only just arrived.

It just depends on your body!

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