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    peggo or something else?
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    roselillymommy posted:
    so ever since i weened dd over a year ago my periods have been messed up. i didn't have any at all while bf her the first two after were normal then they started lasting a month with about a week in between. my last one ended the Thursday before the first of Jan so if i was normal id be over a week late. last weekend i had some spotting that only lasted a day and my boobs are so sore and full feeling i even had a little colostrum leak . i took a hpt last week and it was negative. so confused any one else have this issue?
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