no period in 2nd month after delevery?
hi i m a mother of 2 kids my 2nd kid is 3 month old after 2nd delevery n after 40 days i had 1st period but according 2 the menses cycle there is no period in 2nd month my husband is using condom. i m confuse is i m pregnent or any problem. so, i m resqusting for right answer from u please i will b very thanks full .
More Answers to "no period in 2nd month after delevery?"are you breast feeding? sometimes your period takes longer to come back when you breast feed, the amount of time can vary.if you are concerned see a doctor.
Are you breastfeeding? Even if you aren't, sometimes it can take a few months for your period to come back. If you are breastfeeding; then sometimes your period won't come back at all until after you've weaned the baby off the breasts. This is normal, no reason to be concerned. If you're worried about being pregnant, go to the doctor and have a blood test to see if you're pregnant again, but you are most likely not. Especially if your hubby's using a condom. You can also get 'mini pills', birth control pills you can use while breastfeeding; or if you're not breastfeeling, you can use the normal 'pill', or the combined birth control pill.Don't be worried about getting your period back for a while yet. It'll come when it's ready to. for women who breastfeed until their baby's weaned to cows milk, and never use formula; they sometimes will not have their period for up to two years after they give birth.
You could be having a harmonal imbalance. This sometimes happens after pregnancy, as each time it is differant. Be sure to see your gyn/ob. I really think it's nothing to worry about, but you need to check with them just to be for certain.
dont worry.you will not get periods (menses)untill FEEDIND THE BABY. your giving brest milk .isn't it?then naturally it will acts as a birthcontroller.AFTER DELIVERY YOU WONT GET MENSES FOR ATLEAST 8 MONTHS. Source(s):EXPERIENCE.
If you are breastfeeding, it is normal not to have any periods for 6-12 months following birth or longer (unless you wean the baby very suddenly, you will probably get your period back before weaning). Some women will get an earlier return of their periods, and some later than the typical 6-12 months. (Bleeding during the first 8 weeks is *not* a period; it is related to the lochia--bleeding following birth.) If you aren't breastfeeding, you will usually get your period earlier, but it varies widely from woman to woman and from pregnancy to pregnancy. It is also normal to be irregular the first few months when you get your period, especially if you are nursing. However, if you are concerned, please talk to your doctor. it's common to have a messed up cycle after giving birth, and it can be completely opposite from your last child. give it a few weeks, and then you may want to call your doc. getting pregnant is easy at this time, and i have gotten pregnant while on birth control, and while using a condom, nothing is impossible. take care of yourself, and seed professional advice for your concerns
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