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June 9th, 2007, 09:04 PM
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I quit breastfeeding when my daughter was 3 1/2 weeks, and she was born February 16 so.... well its been a while!!! No AF yet, but I am not pregnant and I don't think it is possible (maybe by some slim tiny little chance, which is really none, kwim??). Today, ALL DAY, I have been experiencing the let down sensation ..... why???
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June 10th, 2007, 03:19 PM
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I quit breastfeeding when my daughter was 3 1/2 weeks, and she was born February 16 so.... well its been a while!!! No AF yet, but I am not pregnant and I don't think it is possible (maybe by some slim tiny little chance, which is really none, kwim??). Today, ALL DAY, I have been experiencing the let down sensation ..... why???[/b]

Could be just one of those fluke things - it can take several months or longer for a woman's breasts to completely dry up or to stop feeling those "let down" sensations. I am not one of those women, so I can't offer my experience..but I've heard of it happening.

Or it could also be time to take a test just to be sure.
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