It just means that you are normal. Your body is preparing for the birth and feeding of your baby. Many women experience colostrum leakage early in their pregnancy, some even in their first trimester.
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, this is perfectly normal. It just means your body is preparing for the birth and feeding of your child.
I wondered this as well but haven't been able to find an answer. I have this problem 4 months after giving birth. Assume it's hormonal and have been told hormones can take a while to return to normal and the length of time varies for each person.
after having my daugther in may i havent got my period and its been 4 months is that normal i took test and it came out negative?
Taken from www.bith.com.au: Some women will try and express colostrum from their breasts during pregnancy. If you do it is normal to only to get a few drops out at any one time. This can be done by massaging the breast down to the nipple and then compressing the areola, with your fingers at least a couple of centimetres behind the actual nipple. Some parents express concerns that if they leak colostrum they will not have 'enough' for their new baby when he or she is born. This is a myth, because the breasts are capable of constantly replenishing colostrum and breast milk every 3 to 4 hours or so. Your new baby will get all they need! This is why women can still breastfeed other children while they are pregnant, and a few will even 'tandem feed' (that is feeding the older sibling and new baby) after the birth Hope this Helps
Yes. Colostrum is typically a range of colors from clear to yellow to white. The golden spots you are seeing just meant the "ingredients" are different and your colostrum is likely maturing. If you are 4-6 weeks from birth, you're getting the mature colostrum that will provide your baby much needed antibodies, vitamins and nourishment.
Colostrum can be produced from as little as 4 months pregnant, however milk does not get produced till between 3 and 8 days after the baby is born.
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If I understand the question correctly...No, foremilk is not colostrum. It is milk with less fat. Colostrum only lasts 2-4 days then it is milk.
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as your breasts start preparing to nurse as soon as you are pregnant you may well secrete a little colostrum at 16 weeks, especially if you have had a baby before.
Your body will start to make milk when your about 3-4 months pregnant. It can leak during late pregnancy, and sometimes earlier depending on the person and how many pregnancies you've had. When the placenta is delivered a hormone is released which triggers milk production. At first you will have something called colostrum which has all the antibodies and other nutrients your baby will need for the first few days.
it depends where you live in. but the normal spring is 3-4 months.
Absolutely not, go back to the doctor.
not usually they get there teeth around 2-4 weeks
I don't understand the question. Unless you are pregnant after unprotected sex you should have normal menstruation.
yes, you can, especially after 3 or 4 months on the pill
well mine did & its fine now :)
the normal age for a cat to be neutered is about the time of 4-5 months.
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No it is not. See you doctor to find out what is wrong.
I nursed my baby till she was 4 months old then I dried up. She is now 8 months old and I just started to produce milk again. Is this normal or am I prego again?
HI THERE EVERY BABYS GROWTH IS DIFFERENT AT 4 MONTHS MY LITTLE GIRL WAS 8.5 KG(18LB 4OZ) HER HEIGHT WAS 67 CM