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    Question When should AF be normal again?

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    So, I had my first PP period June 21st and technically I am due today. Can my periods still be off for a little while? Normally they are every 28 days.
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    Yeah definitely. I had Kaia January 18th, had my first period April 1st, and didn't even ovulate until like May 4th so my next period wouldn't have been until mid-May, if I hadn't gotten knockered. I had a totally easy recovery and still... completely whack.
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    Thanks Trina, I normally cramp a few days before the devil visits. I haven't had anything yet so I wasn't sure. I hope she makes her appearance- I hate not knowing when this biatch will visit .
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    Thanks Trina, I normally cramp a few days before the devil visits. I haven't had anything yet so I wasn't sure. I hope she makes her appearance- I hate not knowing when this biatch will visit .
    I think postpartum period madness is punishment for getting away with no periods for so long while pregnant. Apparently AF will get her revenge one way or another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sindorella View Post
    I think postpartum period madness is punishment for getting away with no periods for so long while pregnant. Apparently AF will get her revenge one way or another.
    Jon's first reaction was "you're pregnant" I laughed in his face. Although, number 2 may be in the making within the next year or so.
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    Jon's first reaction was "you're pregnant" I laughed in his face. Although, number 2 may be in the making within the next year or so.
    Hey, it can happen!! (See tickers below )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sindorella View Post
    Hey, it can happen!! (See tickers below )
    I can't believe you are almost 13 weeks already!!
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    Other than my PP one I still haven't had a period since YDS was born In the last 3 years I have only had three so I hope the idea of revenge isn't true!!
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    uh... its been 15 months for me and it still isn't normal.. that is pre-pregnancy normal...
    with my previous kids, it was 6 months for my first and nearly a year after my 2nd before it all went to 'normal'.

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