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post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by Ellie'sMom
Thanks for the replies. It seems like there is a range, but for most it is longer than with their singleton.

Don't get me wrong, I am loving it, although I did take a pg test this morning in spite of the fact that dh is 4 months post-vasectomy.

LOL, my dh had the big v after the twins were born also.

got AF back at 12 months. With my singleton, 13 months,

Danielle
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by HeatherMO3
I know what AF means, but can someone please tell me what AF stands for. It's driving me crazy
AF = Aunt Flo (or is it Aunt Flow?)
post #23 of 25
Thank you. That was driving me crazy too.
post #24 of 25
7 months with my first, 6 months with my second, with constant nursing, nearly hourly at night. Regular cycles from the first postpartum AF.
post #25 of 25
10 weeks with twins EBF, along with pumping an additional 20-30oz per day. They were going 8-9 hours between nursing at night, but I would pump at least once in between the last nightly nursing and first morning nursing, sometimes twice (had no choice really, as I'd wake up drenched otherwise).

8 weeks with singleton, same thing, only he would go 7 or so hours between the last feeding of the night and first feeding of the morning with one pumping session in between.

I'd always pump a minimum of 8 ounces per pumping session, often 12oz. or more, at which point I'd stop cause otherwise I'd have to switch out the collection bottles.

Yet I STILL had AF rear her ugly head very quickly after birth. Argh.
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