Answer: Hello Dear,
It's normal.. there's n usual time for you to ovulate again and for your periods to start again. It varies from woman to woman. If you are breastfeeding you may ovulate as early as nine weeks or 10 weeks after giving birth. Your period would then start two weeks later, at 11 weeks or 12 weeks after giving birth.
Answer: U can get ur next periods any time within the nextvyr. Some mom's get soon somevafter6 months and some after a yr
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