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Is leaking a small amount of clear fluid from my breasts normal?

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2003-09-25 01:18:58
2003-09-25 01:18:58

It could be normal. During pregnancy you usually have more discharge and they usually vary from watery to thick. If it concerns too much you ask your doctor about it.

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Yes it is, don't wipe it off when you notice it, rub it in, it serves as natural moisturizer to help prevent sore or cracked nipples.

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It means you are about to give birth. The clear liquid cleans out the babys system before your milk will come in. Its normal relax Colostrum, or "first milk" is clear. It's normal, everything is working the way it's supposed to. Congratulations and good luck to you and your baby.

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