i had a baby almost 2 months ago my period stopd at about 2-3 week when should i get it back?

If you're nursing, you may

If you're nursing, you may not get a regular period for as long as you're nursing exclusively.

If you aren't breastfeeding, expect to have a period about two months after delivery. You should also be prepared for the first one to be heavier than usual.

Remember, though that your period comes after you ovulate, so it is possible to get pregnant even if you haven't had a regular period yet. If you're not quite ready for another baby so soon, then take precautions.


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