Breastfeeding After Birth
Along with breastfeeding, a high amount of prolactin hormone is secreted from the pituitary region of the brain. The hormone prolactin also prevents ovulation by suppressing ovulation. The probability of pregnancy increases after six weeks in those who do not give milk after birth and after three months in those who give milk.
Breastfeeding is present in the first 3 months after birth, but it is not completely protective. After the third month, this already incomplete protection decreases. In breastfeeding no less than five or six times a day, the rate of supplementary food of the baby does not exceed 15% and the menstruation is 75%.
It should be remembered that NURSING IS NOT 100% PROTECTIVE.