According to Joseph Silk (1994: 79) after inflation, a "slow and continually decreasing expansion rate recommenced." This resumption is still progressive, but "takes more and more time for each successive doubling of scale."
At the instant of inflation, the time required for expansion by a factor of 2 was 10-35 second. Today the time required... is 10 billion years.
Silk, Joseph. (1994) A Short History of the Universe. Scientific American.
The Inflation phase of the early universe occured 10-35 of a second
after the big bang.
Inflation was spectacular and sudden and it was finished by 10-32 of a second.