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Is it bad if there is clear discharge from breasts while pregnant?

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2009-08-06 17:45:42
2009-08-06 17:45:42

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.

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