2 months old baby

Question: Is it normal if I have my menses now even though i am breastfeeding? is this a menses? or still lochia?

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Answer: If you fully breastfeed and do not combine bottle feeding with breastfeeding, it is possible that your menses may not start until you stop breastfeeding. If you bottle feed your baby, or both bottle feed and breastfeed your baby, your menses could start as soon as five to six weeks after you give birth.
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    Glofett Tuller Velasco1238 days ago

    Okay, thank you Madam!

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