What about after that? Ds is still ebf, no pacifier, no solids, eats at least twice during the night (between 11-6). Tonight the condom busted ( TMI!) and it worried dh. I guess all that kegelling has worked! :LOL
Does anyone have a statistic?
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I don't have the statistic but I doubt you have to worry. It goes up very slowly sfter six months ad as long as your baby is under a year and nursing frequently you most likely will have a warning period before you ovulate the first time.
I'd love to have lactation ammorrhea for long time.
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