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falling in love

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jenk1 Fri 19-Aug-05 18:49:48

am i the only one that does this? once a month usually about a week after AF has visited i start to look at DH in a different way, i want to be with him all the time am always hugging him and feeling amorous, its like im falling in love with him all over again-then the next week im back to normal, rowing and the like, DH says he doesnt know why i do it but that he,s not complaining. Could it be linked to the monthly cycle do u think? also its only started happening since i had DD whos 16months or, maybe its my age im 33 and women are supposed to reach their"peak" around then i have read...anyone know?

jenk1 Fri 19-Aug-05 21:07:39


Dior Fri 19-Aug-05 21:09:26

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jenk1 Fri 19-Aug-05 21:13:52

its only started though in the last year, is it age related cos i certainly didnt feel like this in my twenties!

pesha Fri 19-Aug-05 21:33:30

I think having babies can change how your hormones effect you. Since having ds 2 years ago i now get really bad pmt im incredibly moody stressed and generally horrible from about 2 weeks before AF and also get major munchies for the whole 2 weeks which is big pain in the bum as im supposed to be on a diet!!
Dont know about being all loved up after though but im certainly a much nicer person (not hard though)! Saying that ds is my 2nd child and i never noticed any changes with the 1st so could just be me getting older (im 26) but was such a big change directly after having him, well, after finishing bf, that ive always just assumed it was his fault!

Dior Fri 19-Aug-05 21:34:15

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jenk1 Fri 19-Aug-05 22:05:15

same here i have not gone back on the pill since having DD for the first time in 16 years, it must have something to do with it as well

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