Re: Weaning and Fertility
Once you have your cycle back, nursing is very unlikely to impact your chances of conceiving or maintaining a pregnancy, as you experienced when nursing your older child. So no need to wean unless you are entirely ready to do so!
Having an occasional 27 day cycle doesn't mean anything. Cycle length does vary, both during weaning and during your life in general. You'd only want to expect a problem if you have consistently short cycles and not enough days of high BBT after ovulation (I think 8 is the minimum, would have to look it up to be sure!). If you're nervous about your chances of getting pregnant again, charting your BBT and other fertility signs would be a great first step. Taking B6, weaning, supplements- those are all just shots in the dark when you don't have the data you need.
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