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If you have fluid coming out of your breasts are you pregnant?

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2015-07-16 18:04:06
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If you are leaking a yellowish color liquid out of your breast there is a very large chance that you are pregnant... take a pregnancy test and good luck

I wouldn't count on it completely although it is possible. Just remember, leakage from nipples (if not pregnant) means infection.

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I am not pregnant and i am not on birth control pill and have clear fluid coming from my nipple what can cause this symptom?

It can be a symptom, but it can be a symptom of other things. If you know you are pregnant, it's just probably your milk coming in. If you don't know or aren't sure, go see a doctor.AnswerNot necessarily. If you have already had a pregnancy, it is possible for your body to produce milk. I thought I was pregant a few months ago because when I pressed on my breast it leaked white fluid, but I wasn't. However, it could be a sign. Take a test to be sure and see your doctor either way. AnswerMilky like fluid coming out of you breasts can also be a sign of stress. I have had some fluid coming out of my breasts for almost 6 months now, and I have never had children nor have I been pregnant.

Breasts are for feeding the babies. They contain glands that produce milk when you are pregnant.

It means either your period is coming or your pregnant and your breasts are developing milk slowly .

Hi, Your question is: If sore breasts are a side effect of coming off the Depo-Provera does that mean you are not pregnant even though you had sex after your shot was due and you have sore breasts? Sore breasts is a common side effect of the Depo shot, among other things. This does not necessarily mean you are not pregnant. To be certain perform a pregnancy test if your period doesn't arrive.

You could be, but it could be a sign that your period is coming. If you miss your period, take a test

In the third trimester, some pregnant women begin to leak colostrum from their breasts. Colostrum is the first milk that your breasts produce for the baby. It is a thick, yellowish fluid containing antibodies that protect newborns from infection.

No. You only get milk during a pregnancy. During a period, it is just fluid build-up

No. Just because your breasts are sore doesn't mean that you are pregnant. When you get your period, your breasts tend to get sore too. Sore breasts aren't the only sign of pregnancy.

no you breasts are producing milk for the baby and when you first start to breast feed the clear stuff is good for the baby. you will have milk coming out with the clear discharge.

It's not milk, it's discharge. If it's dripping or running out of your breasts, get to your gyno ASAP!

I am pregnant and it seems only the outsides of my breasts are sore but my nipples are EXTREMELY sinsitive

Yes. but your vaginal lubrication fluid color normally ranges from clear to milky. The color does not indicate whether you are pregnant or not.

what can i do to stop leaking breasts im 48 and not pregnant

In some cases that may be true....but you could be coming onto your period or getting off but when i started feeling my breast being sore i was pregnant

It's unlikely that you're pregnant on the contraceptive implant. Take a home pregnancy test if you have symptoms of pregnancy.

I am now 5 weeks pregnant and I still didn't feel any soreness in my breasts.

um the only way liquid could come out of your breasts is if your pregnant. during pregnancy, your breasts fill with milk. or this liquid could be something else. not too sure. but if your pregnant, its most likely breast milk.

You could be/get pregnant.

Breasts begin preparing to lactate while the woman is pregnant.

In the second half of pregnancy (and you are almost there, it's not like it hits on day 1 of the second trimester) the breasts may leak a thick white or yellow fluid. Sometimes the fluid is seen if the breasts are pushed or massaged. This is known as colostrum. Colostrum is different in composition than milk and will be important in nurturing the baby in the first days of life before the milk "comes in."

Yes, you can get pregnant if you have sex without a condom, because the pre-ejaculate fluid can contain sperm.

Yes, I didn't have either with my first pregnancy. I am 6 weeks pregnant with my second and still no sore breasts.

Women who are pregnant develop milk in their breasts to be able to feed her baby.


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