By the time your child is ready to wean, you're probably a professional at adapting to your body's frequent changes. It's like a roller coaster with unexpected turns and loops, and you just get used to it after a while. And there are only more changes to come with this new phase. There are some pretty weird things that happen to your body when you're weaning from breastfeeding. But since you're already a pro, it's probably second nature by now.
Aside from the obvious physical changes in your breasts when you stop nursing (insert everyone's fear of saggy boobs here), there are lots of other hormonal and emotional changes that might happen as well. But like every aspect of motherhood, which seems to ebb and flow in a constant state of change, your body is wired for adapting to it all.
Whether you're nervous for weaning or you've been longing for the day when your body is fully yours again — both of which are legitimate feelings — it can help to be prepared for the changes to come. Since every baby is different and no two weaning cases are the same, remembering to do what feels best for you and your child is the best policy, no matter what the changes may be.