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    Default should I have leaking breasts by now??

    I am 31 weeks by this time last pregnancy I was already wearing breast pads due to leaking milk but I still had trouble breast feeding
    this time around still nothing!! does this mean I will have trouble again

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    With dd I only leaked once my milk arrived. I got nothing no a drop. I bf dd until she self weaned at 14 months even after a cs and her spending 3 days in scn
    Good luck with a trouble free bf journey

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    With my first I started leaking fairly early, but with my second I never leaked and I was worried about my milk supply but I fed her till 22 months.

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    No, no, not at all, there's no relation, don't worry! I've never leaked at all in my pregnancies (and I breastfed through two of them!) and had no problems with supply.

    Your breasts probably just know what they're doing a bit more this time.

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    No need to worry
    I didn't leak with DD1. Leaked with DD2 and again no leaking with DD3 and DD4. This pregnancy am only 5 weeks and leaking already!?

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    I leaked maybe once in my pregnancy and I wouldn't have noticed it was so minimal but my milk came in on day 2 and I had oversupply for weeks. So I don't beleive there's a corellation
    Goodluck

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    I didn't leak at all and have no problems BFing


 

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