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    I still has milk 14mths after I stopped feeding. And I'm now 25wks pregnant and my milk is back reasonably. I feel a little let down when babies cry and can hand express a few drops easily.

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    About 1.5 years after still had some leakage. Hated it.

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    I weaned DD about 2.5 years ago and I can still squeeze out a drop.

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    I am interested in this too, as i will be giving BF up in the near future. Those who can still get some milk, is there much there? And, sorry if TMI, and feel free not to answer of course, do you get any leaks or drips when DTD? Just so i know what to expect. Thanks ☺

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    I am interested in this too, as i will be giving BF up in the near future. Those who can still get some milk, is there much there? And, sorry if TMI, and feel free not to answer of course, do you get any leaks or drips when DTD? Just so i know what to expect. Thanks ☺
    No leaks or drips at all. Only if I actually try to express. I do get that tingly let down feeling but nothing comes out.

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    Default When will milk dry up completely?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    I am interested in this too, as i will be giving BF up in the near future. Those who can still get some milk, is there much there? And, sorry if TMI, and feel free not to answer of course, do you get any leaks or drips when DTD? Just so i know what to expect. Thanks ☺
    No leakage just little drops if squeezed. TMI but yes my dh has said that he has either tasted it or felt it when having sexy time!
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    Default When will milk dry up completely?

    We will have to dtd to experiment. Lol
    It's only drips if I hand express.

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    It took 5 years after Ds1 but then I got pregnant again. So was not fully dried up. This time it's been a month and even after medication to dry up I still get stains on my bra after holding a bub or ds2's been tugging my nips.
    Oh and dh says I leak during dtd.

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    Took about 6 months for mine to dry up. But I never leaked it was only if I squeezed it out.

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    Mine hung around (just a drop when I squeezed) for about a year. It only stopped when I was a couple of months pregnant, so I assume it was pregnancy hormones that completely dried it up. It seems very strange, but from reading this thread I guess it's normal.


 

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