Why do you have longer period after giving birth?

Answer Well because a period is the shedding of the built up lining of the uterus. During pregnancy the lining of the uterus increases substantially to accommadate for the growing baby, the uterus grows a... Read More »

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How soon do you have a period after giving birth?

Answer It can take quite a while. It is longer if your nursing. I have 4 children and nursed the last 3. With the first, I had a period two months later. With the 2nd and 3rd, it was 6 months, and ... Read More »

How long do you have to wait after giving birth to get YOUR PERIOD?

It can depend on whether you breastfeed or not. I breastfed for a month and had to stop, and my period started a month after that.

Is it true that women have a month period after giving birth?

After giving birth, the uterus constricts and begins to return to it's pre-pregnant state. The lining of the uterus is shed in the form of Lochia.This postpartum bleeding or Lochia occurs after eve... Read More »

Is it bad to have sex 6 days after giving birth?

Although there is no evidence that says sex soon after giving birth is bad, it generally takes the uterus about 6 weeks to return to its normal state so some officials say you should not have sex d... Read More »