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Question: I deliverd my baby on 10 feb....till now i dont get periods...is it okk????
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help.
The hormones circulating while you're breastfeeding can temporarily suspend ovulation, so you may not see a period until you wean your baby. Your period should return within six to eight weeks after you stop breastfeeding, though it can take months for it to be totally regular again.
If you're formula-feeding your baby, you may start your periods again any time between five weeks and three months after giving birth. Please consult your gynecologist too.
Question: Am 34 week pregnant am noticed that now a days my baby movement are lesser . What is the reasons
Answer: ur baby is growing nd hence need more space in your tummy. so because of less space his movements are decreased but still it should b 5-8 kicks in 30 minutes.
Question: hiii.. my last lmp is 15 dec.. What is my due date.. And till now i dont get any symptoms
Answer: Your baby is due on:September 21, 2018
it is actually fairly common for women to not notice any symptoms of pregnancy in the first weeks or months. Every woman will have a different pregnancy and because of this, not every woman will experience each of the common symptoms like gas, bloating, food cravings, morning sickness, and nausea. In reality, the most common symptom is actually a feeling of increased fatigue and some women won’t even notice this. Therefore, pregnant but no symptoms is quite possible.
Question: If my last period date was 25 feb 2018 , what is my due date ?
Answer: Hello dear
Right now, u are 27 weeks pregnant and ur due date will be 2nd December, 2018