No. You generally start "lactating" in the fourth to fifth month. Two to three weeks is way too soon.
What is actually produced, however, is not milk but a yellowish substance called "colostrum". Actual production of milk is triggered by the sudden drop of the hormone progesterone when the placenta (afterbirth) comes free.
It is, however, possible to artificially induce lactation before actual childbirth.
In my experience, breasts do not leak until after you have given birth and are actively breastfeeding.
Every woman and every pregnancy is different. Some women may leak as early as 4 weeks of pregnancy while others may not leak until after birth. If you have concerns you should speak with your dr.
my mom did and so has many people that i know. i think that it is hormones.
it is normal for my breast to leak if i'm not preagnant?
You cannot tell when you are one week pregnant. Because the fetus is not big enough to see. But leaking of the breast is a sign of pregnancy.
Yes this can happen at any time, collestrum leakage will also continue until after delivery.
yes it is possible you may also be farther along than you think too.
All women are different. I didn't leak until after I started nursing. But I know women that had to wear breast pads during pregnancy. It's hard to say. I'm not sure what the "normal" time frame is every woman is different. And there it is hard to tell what is "normal" when it comes to pregnancy. I am 27 weeks pregnant and i have been leaking here and there for two weeks. To be honest, I am almost 8 months pregnant and I noticed that I began leaking as early as 5 months. Your milk won't come in until a few days after you have the baby, but your body begins producing colostrum at about 4 months. Some women can leak colostrum, or pre-milk, as early as that time, or some may not begin to leak until after they have the baby.
Yes, especially if you have been around A baby a lot
Go to the doctor fast.
Yes, it is absolutely normal and routine.
Risperdal can cause lactation
It is best to see your doctor concerning this matter - there are a variety of reasons that your breast may leak and not be pregnant but it is very important you have this checked as soon as possible. Also, do breast examinations on a regular bases and check for leakage and dimpling of the nipple or skin surrounding it.
You can I did but its called Colostrum and you will have that about 1-2 weeks after the babys born .
When you're pregnant, you may leak what's called Colostrum. It looks like breast milk, but it's actually the very first stages of breast milk. Colostrum is thin so the newborn can learn to suck and swallow. Coloustrum is usually leaked in the 3rd trimester (28 weeks-40 weeks gestation) Colostrum is what your baby intially feeds on after they're born. The breast milk itself will gradually come in, and it's nothing to worry about because Colostrum is all nutrients.
Some breasts leak every time there is a letdown or milk ejection. Some women don't leak at all. It has to do with the individual anatomy of each breast. Some women leak in the early weeks as their bodies are just beginning to produce lots of milk and then stop leaking. Leaking breasts do not tell you how much milk you are making.
Oh dear. Are you pregnant maybe? If not then hey. It happens sometimes, consult your doctor; but not serious. don't worry!
You should have your breasts checked by a doctor because sometimes this is a symptom of breast cancer.
Normally leaking in the breast is not a sign of early pregnancy. Your body doesnt begin to release brest milk until after birth. But there has been rare cases when the mother begins to leak brest milk 2-3 weeks before birth. I would not take this as a sign. But it could mean that you possibly had a miscarrage.
It is most likely colostrom.... yes, it can happan... depending on your pregnancy... my second pregnancy I leaked colostrom from about 20 weeks on.... It is just a sign your body is getting prepared to nourish your baby :) Yes it is possible to experience leaky breasts during this time. It isn't actually breast milk but is called Colostrum. It does look very similar to breast milk though. Your breast milk will come on once you have given birth to your baby. Congratulations.
It is not normal, but can happen from time to time. It is best to see a doctor about it to be sure.
If you've been sterilized, you should not get pregnant. If you're not pregnant, you should not be leaking breast milk. You might not be leaking breast milk. You might have some type of infection. You should go to a clinic or doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment, if necessary.
This is completely normal, usually breast milk will start to leak around 12-14 weeks but will not be fully prominent until around the birth of the baby.