hi ladies...I bf my son for 19 months....ttc and not being successful after 3 mo of trying. anyone get pg while bfdng thier litle one.? my pds have been reg since a mo after having him. dr says in lots of countries they nurse until the next babe comes along. I just stpd bfdn him. b4 i concvd..pds were reg..evry 26 days..whil bfdng they became longr...28 days..whn I stopped my pd cam 2 days erlier..back to a 26 day sched. lets see if i concv in the next mo or 2. say a prayer for another succesful pgncy please.View Thread
Don"t give up...I married at 41...tried to get PG and was succesful.my dr. told me it would take a while..The best advice he ever gave me was just relax and be natural, 2 mo later I conceived and now we have a truly bright and wonderful little boy who jus turn 19 mo old.View Thread
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