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Hi It's been more than 7 months that I didn't get my periods .My delivery was in the month of jan.after delivery I didn't  get periods.Plesse suggest me should I take some medicines for periods or I should wait for some more time
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First get a pregnancy test done If negative breastfeeding can cause amenorrhea, which is common
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hello, first 6 months of baby is exclusive on mothers feed,some times a delay might happen in period, aftr 6 months let baby start with rice cereals,potato and indirectly breast feeding may reduce abit and period might happen soon,you need to wait for some more time and it may take time since your giving breast feeding,no need of any medicines,just wait and give adequate feeding for baby,consult me if any query
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need to wait
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If you are exclusively breastfeeding then it's possible not to get periods it's called lactational amenorrhea Wait and take care of yourself
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