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    Question Motilium and AF??

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    I have been on Motilium for a while now, with great success. I have breastfed all my babies and always still had AF and still fallen pregnant whilst breastfeeding. I had regular AF while on Motilium earlier, but now no AF for 2 cycles. And not pregnant. Having no AF makes ttc pretty hard!! Motiluim isn't known for interferring with Af, so was wondering if others using it still get their AF?? It could be the expressing of my milk, but I only pump 3 times a day now, and had AF up till recently. And I wont be stopping breastfeeding in order to fall pregnant, I'll just have to wait!! Anyone else had this experience with the drug??

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    I am really the only one who's had their cycle buggered up with Motilium??? I am a strange one!!!

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    Can i ask what Motilium is? Sorry for being nosey!

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    I actually have to pump exclusively for Kane and my milk was drying up so got a prescription for Motilium. It is used for upset tummys in adults, but as a side effect if your breastfeeding it increases milk supply. I've had great success so far. But this AF thing has got me stumped!!!

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