Where is my 2nd ppaf? Is BF my 14-month-old keeping it away? - Mothering Forums

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It's now cycle day 34 or 35. My 1st ppaf arrived a month ago (finally!). For the last 4 days or so, I've had major PMS type symptoms. I was so certain AF was coming I put a pad on- felt lower back cramping, cramping/pinching "down there", cravings, etc...and nothing! I'm def NOT PG as dh and I haven't dtd in the last month. What gives? Just worried because I want my cycle to get back to normal so I can ttc at the end of the year.

 

DS3 is still nursing once in the evening before bed, and then 4-5x during the night (we cosleep). I am ready to phase out nursing so I can get my body back to normal but DS is very demanding lol.

 

The crampy/PMS feelings lasted briefly (off and on for those few days), and are now...gone. What gives?


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