yes for me 4 years ago when i had my daughter Madison my breasts leaked a clear to yellowish liquid, i began to have this happen to me about 13 weeks to 20 weeks and it will continue to happen until your milk comes in.
My doctor at the time who delivered Madison said it was normal, it is a sugar type fluid your breasts make, and it is a vital importance the first couple days to breastfeeding, he said that light white to yellowish sticky type fluid from breasts is normal.
Once your breasts fill with milk, the nipple can be squeezed to expell the liquid. Also while pregnant the breasts can leak something called colostrum which is what the baby eats when it is first born.
No. One of the most common reasons that breasts leak is because the woman just had a baby. If the breasts are not expressed regularly while a woman is lactating, they will get sore and they will leak. If the breasts leak at any other time, it could be a medical symptom.
It could be pregnant.....is it clear or white?
Lactating when you are not pregnant may be a sign of a hormone imbalance. It is not serious but you need to get checked by a doctor.
In my experience, breasts do not leak until after you have given birth and are actively breastfeeding.
No, breasts leak in the latter part of pregnancy.
All woman are different. Some don't leak until they start nursing, some start to leak within 5 months. It all depends on your body.
My breasts started leaking at around 7 months. It's your milk ducts getting ready for you to nurse the baby.
There are probably a few clear fluids that CAN leak from the nose, but this liquid is almost certainly mucus.
Can't think of any reasons that would not require a visit to your doctor. Get an appointment ASAP.