3 months old baby

Question: Hi mam.The period would not come.I delivered my baby on December.... It's been 2 1/2 months..... Is it normal?

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Answer: hello dear, it's common in lactating mother to get period after 6 months even after 1 year. but Some get period early even just next month of delivery. It varies from individual to individual . so, everything is fine and there is nothing to worry about.
Answer: Hello! It is absolutely normal. Period might not come 12 months after delivery also. Hence don't worry, it happens especially if you are exclusively breastfeeding. Take care
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    Selva Roja963 days ago

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