If you have ever been pregnant yes. Some women have colustum or milk for years after. If you have never been pregnant, it doesn't happen that I'm aware of, but it may be a symptom for some women during PMS. If you are unsure, call your doctor and ask them about it.Answer
It's normal, believe me...I've been able to do it ever since I first started my period...I was afraid it was a sign of breast cancer, so I asked and it's okay. You might want to ask a doc, just to be safe, tho.
if it is clear its normal. if its white and milky its abnormal unless of course you are pregnant
Yes, those are glands of Montgomery. Don't pick or squeeze them!
Enlarged nipples are a sign of pregnancy, your dog may be pregnant. Take her to the Vet and see if she is pregnant.
It is not bad it is called lactating. It is normal if you are pregnant.
In a pregnant woman that is usually what is called "colostrum" which is the fluid produced by the mammary glands before the milk comes in to nurse your baby with. This occurs late in pregnancy. It is perfectly normal and is filled with vitamins and anti-bodies for newborns.
If you are pregnant, this is probably colostrum, which is what you get before your breast milk comes in. It is perfectly normal and nothing to worry about. If it is painful, go and see your doctor. Mention it to your midwife next time you see him/her
Leaking small amounts of colostrum is normal, but leaking blood from you breasts (unless they are cracked, dry and irritated, may not be normal. Ask your OB. Leaking small amounts of colostrum is normal, but leaking blood from you breasts (unless they are cracked, dry and irritated, may not be normal. Ask your OB.
it is normal. with hormone flucuations, there can be pain in the nipples at any given point in time.
Thats normal mate aslong as you have dd's
You don't ovulate if you are pregnant and if you are not pregnant ovulation is perfectly normal.
Yes, that's normal. Many women don't get colostrum or breast milk until they actually give birth. This is good, because it means that the colostrum won't go to waste - it contains so many useful nutrients, vitamins and antibodies for the baby
Yes it can. It is normal hun dont worry. As long as it is not puss or blood