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Hi ladies - I'm new to this group and am looking for advice/similar experience success stories
Our first baby, a beautiful baby girl - Rainey Jessica, arrived on June 4th this year after 3 years of trying. I am 35 and DH is 40, so we are looking to have another baby sooner than later...esp. since I have high FSH and low AMH and we were working with a fertility clinic to try and conceive our daughter (we ended up conceiving on our own though!)
I live in Ontario, Canada and we have a one year maternity/parental leave benefit so I will off work until the end of May next year - in order to qualify for Mat Leave again I have to work 600 hours in the past 12 months prior to the start of the next Mat Leave. So, we want to start trying to get pregnant again in January 2015.
My question relates to returning fertility while breast feeding - I am exclusively breast feeding our daughter - so I am wondering what, if anything, I can do to encourage my fertility to return sooner without jeopardizing my breast feeding for my daughter?
Thanks to all who respond
Rainey Jessica born on June 4th 2014
Jan. 2012 (6 wks)
Last edited by Missymoos; August 4th, 2014 at 11:47 AM.
I'm not sure what methods you can use that improve your fertility coming back sooner, but just wanted to let you know that my second son was conceived while I was breastfeeding my first. I never had a period, just a BFP around when my 1st son was 11 mo. old. Good luck to you!