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    I've no sign of nothing yet, 36wks on Tuesday...

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    I wouldn't worry. I had nothing until both bubs were born and breast fed very successfully each one.

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    Definitely don't be concerned. Hardly had any colostrum when bub was born and my milk came in 3 days after bub was born.

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    Im 36w. I had heapppps from 30w on. But i was asked by drs to start expressing colostrum as i have GD for bubs blood sugar and suddenly its alllll gone ! Oh well :/

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    I had nothing until dd was born. My milk came I early I had a good supply and fed dd exclusively for 14 months

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    Wow, sounds pretty likely that it will all come in once bubs arrives. I feel alot better now, thank you ladies!!


 

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