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Does my menstrual cycle change after having a child?

Verified by Dr. Alyssa Dweck (she/her), MS, MD, FACOG
Our Answer
What our doctors say

Yes, your menstrual cycle will likely change after having a child, but eventually, it should become normalized again. There is no 'standard' to how it will look and feel, but it is common for the first few periods after giving birth to be different than how they were before pregnancy. Check in with a doctor if you are experiencing any severe pain or ongoing irregularities.

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