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    Default Leaking boobs.........TMI?

    Hi all. I think is is way TMI for me to share, but I'm 28 weeks pregnant and for the last 3-4 weeks my breasts have been leaking?
    Is this normal? It's just clear fluid and I notice it happening much more during the night.
    My ob is on leave for 3 weeks so I will check with her when she's back, but has anyone else had this........

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    Yep.

    Buy some disposable breast pads... A couple of pairs of the washable bamboo ones can be handy too.

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    Yep. I start leaking really early. Oh the joys of pregnancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muddymummy View Post
    Hi all. I think is is way TMI for me to share, but I'm 28 weeks pregnant and for the last 3-4 weeks my breasts have been leaking?
    Is this normal? It's just clear fluid and I notice it happening much more during the night.
    My ob is on leave for 3 weeks so I will check with her when she's back, but has anyone else had this........
    Yep you are normal...lol

    I remember bf my first born when my milk had just come in and just before his feed my breasts would throb and when he started to cry for a feed they would leak so much so I would have to undo my bra and lean over the sink and let them spirt out into the sink....

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    yep , normal

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    Thank you
    another silly question, what is the fluid that's coming out? Is it too early for colostrum?

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    It's colostrum


 

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