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    christy0725 posted:
    I am 24yrs old.I had my son on 1/17/11. Periods started back normal end of Feb. Feb, Mar, Apr, and May were normal 5-7 day periods. Jun and Jul my period was on time but very light and only two days long. I took tests in Jun and Jul. They were both negative. Could I still be pregnant? Could it be something more serious?
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    SavvyMV responded:
    After I gave birth to my son there were a couple months that skipped before I eventually got back to normal, so don't worry. However, keep taking tests if you're worried, or better yet see your doctor! Every womn is different, plus it also depends on if you breast fed. For example, my SIL got back to a normal period right away where as I didn't get a period for months (just one of the many perks of breastfeeding).


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