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hello.. mam.. my delivery is month of August after my nxt period started December 21st ....after till now am not having periods so any problem... now my baby is 6 month am giving only breast milk... so I dnt know what happened because in this Jan 21st I want my periods but till now not have my periods...

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| Jan 28, 2020

Mmm.... Ok mam tq so much

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| Jan 28, 2020

Hello Lavanya as you are a breastfeeding mother there are lot of changes going on your body. Give sometime for your body to recover completely as your body as undergone different changes for 10months and still lot of hormonal changes because you are breastfeeding your baby. Because of 10months change body will also take sometime to adapt to many changes slowly only. breastfeed your baby exclusively. And one more thing is you should only have protected sex as the chance for getting pregnant is high dont think breastfeeding mother dont get pregnant. As this happened in one of my friend and she missed her periods and came to know she is pregnant

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| Jan 27, 2020

jyoti tejpal Mam I did pregnancy test two days before it shows negative only mam

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| Jan 27, 2020

Yesterday I am did pregnancy test it shows negative only mam

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| Jan 27, 2020

Lavanya with exclusive breastfeeding some mothers do not have period even till one year. as baby would begin with solid food and frequency of breastfeeding would decrease, chances of period resuming soon would increase.

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| Jan 27, 2020

Please do check for your pregnancy with ur doctor

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| Jan 27, 2020

Lavanya . There is no need to panic .. it's normal for a lactating mother to have irregular periods.. it's all because of hormonal changes

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| Jan 27, 2020

Hi Lavanya, you can wait for one or two days as periods goes irregular after delivery sometime, if you don't get your period, just be sure you can go for a pregnancy test and consult your doctor.

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