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#31 of 49 Old 01-11-2011, 06:43 PM
 
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Got mine at about 14 months, but very irregular and fertility did not return until around 17 months (got pregnant my second cycle).  I was still nursing all the time.


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17 months after DS

 

14 months after DD


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My kiddo was 19 months when I got mine.  She was a serious nurser.  I don't think she really ate meals until she was 2, so she was getting a ton of her calories from me.


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#34 of 49 Old 01-13-2011, 10:17 PM
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21 months with an inadequate luteal phase.  She's almost 22 months now, and I haven't had a fertile cycle.

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i have gone anywhere from 6 months to 24 months. i even got pregnant without ever actually having a period... between ds#2 and three. 

 

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I got a bfp when dd was 19 months (and no af) 

af returned when ds was 18 months. Neither one were nightweaned


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Ds - 12mo
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Howevern, We've been tic since af came back 4mo ago with no success. Getting af does not guarantee fertility!

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#38 of 49 Old 01-17-2011, 09:35 AM
 
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Mine has taken over a year every time; the shortest gap was 14 months (then sporadically for several months) and the longest gap was about 2 years..  Sounds like you're fine!

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15 months and 19 months for my 2.


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Between 14 and 20 months.


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Originally Posted by littlecityfarmer View Post

DS- 4 months (but he was preterm, spent time in NICU, and had a lot of trouble nursing at breast at first, so lots of pumping. Right about the time he was finally nursing well, I had to go back to work full time, so more pumping/bottles of EBM)

 

 

I had similar circumstances with my DS. I never really nursed and my first PP AF was at 5 months. But I still don't seem to be regular yet since I haven't had another since then (it's been almost 2 months).
 


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I'm at 12 months PP and nothing yet.....


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Just to update. . .got my first PP AF this week. My DS is almost 16m. Didn't change anything about our nursing, he still night nurses and everything.


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Mine came back btw 12-14 months with each of my three.

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17 mo pp here.


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3 years with DD and 2 years and counting with DS....


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Exactly one year for both of mine.


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20 months. 


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#49 of 49 Old 02-11-2011, 11:26 AM
 
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With my oldest daughter, nightweaning at 18.5 months brought it on.  Still no PPAF with my youngest (she's almost 17 months).


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