how long do pms symptoms last/will weaning from the breast cause iregular periods please help
well were to start i weaned my 10 month old baby from the breast around 1-2 weeks ago about the time i was expecting my period well still nothing my last cycle started on the 9th of feb that would make me late right??.
i no they say when you breast feed the periods are iregular but mine had been some what regular leading up to me weaning can weaning cause your periods to become iregular???
also i have been experiencing pms symptoms for atleast 2 weeks now crampy abdomen and back sometimes sore breasts nausea which is new to me and right now i have lots of cervical mucus clear milky like substance dose this sound like my period or something else????
in general i feel **** any suggestions please
i just recently(like 10 days ago) stopped nursing dd, i felt like i was having bad pms, and my boobs are really sore, but im pregnant too;) like the above poster said, maybe you should pick up an hpt ....just in case
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