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#1 of 2 Old 07-10-2012, 03:56 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I love vitex, it is what helped me concieve on my first month using it after ttc for 22 months.
Now my DD is 9 months and i have been on it for 5 wks with no sign of anything happening. My period has not returned.(I did have some very lighttt spotting)
My breastmilk supply has gone up and i am curious- if my supply has increased would this somehow decrease my fertility further? I guess I am wondering because in my head im thinking more milk= more prolactin=less fertility.
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I don't know but wanted to bump your post to the top for attention.

 

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