7 months old baby

Question: Completed six months but periods not started. Any suggestions?

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Answer: Hello dear, ur periods returns often depends on whether ur are breast feeding or not, and u might find ur periods after pregnancy a little different. Your periods will most probably return about six to eight weeks after u give birth, if u are not breastfeeding. If u do breastfeed the timing for period to return can little late coz the of the body's hormones. 
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