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    Default TMI question about b00bie behaviour post-miscarriage ..

    Is it normal for your b00bies to leak *ahem* white gunk after a m/c?

    The m/c was 3 weeks ago, and only at 5w1d, so WAY too early for any semblance of milk production I would think??

    Today I felt a bit wet there (and sore), got home, took off my bra, and had this white gunky stuff in there.

    What do you think? Is this normal? I'm sorry if it is a stupid question ... The doctor just didn't mention that this might happen.

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    That has never happened to me with any of my miscarriages.
    it does sound unusual and I would go get it checked by a dr.

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    I've had five mc's and never had anything like that. I would definitely get it checked out asap.

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    Ive had 2 mc's and never had that. Id get it checked out asap if I were you. Good luck, I hope its nothing

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    the ABA might have some info if you wanted to find out tonight. 1800 686 2 686


 

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