Are you a LAM? Not a Lamb, a LAM!

In a women who fully breast feeds she may skip periods and thus become amenorrheic. The medical term for this is LAM or Lactational amenorrhea. It's most important to not skip those night time 2 am feedings, and very important to not really go more than about 4 hours between feedings. Most studies show that most LAMs go about 2 hours between feedings. LAMs won't get pregnant. For the rest of you, you need to get some back up method going. Mini pills, DMPA, condoms, IUDs, there are other options as well. Discuss with your gynos today!


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