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2008-02-17 17:58:16
2008-02-17 17:58:16

Actually, women don't lactate during pregnancy. That doesn't occur until after delivery, usually a few days or so. The production of colostrum -- a "premilk" -- occurs around week 20 of pregnancy and continues for a few days after delivery until real milk is produced. Wrong. Colostrum CAN be the first sign of pregnancy. ------ Though breast tenderness and swelling are usually the most obvious signs.


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no it's not unusual for breast milk to come in during the sixth month of pregnancy. When I was pregnant, I had breast milk come in at four months. My doctor said that I was just starting to produce milk. As for you your getting ready to give birth and your breasts are preparing for the birth so your breast milk is starting to run its course and begin coming out soon.

When you start sucking on it.

2 weeks after sex at the earliest

These signs of the breast ,are well into your early pregnancy, not if your periods is supposed to come.

it can't. i recommend a pregnancy test.

Yes this can happen but it is rare. This can be as a result of a phantom pregnancy.

maybe your prolactin levels are too high.

i am 25 years old an unmarried women. It is come to breasat milk so what can do don't come breast milk. please tell me answer

Yes ,some people like to then massage the breast keeping it lactating .

It theoretically could but most women don't notice anything until later in their pregnancy and it's not milk but colustrum

To nurse your baby! Breast milk does not come in until 3-4 days after you have given birth. During pregnancy and immediately following birth your breasts contain colostrum. This is a thin, clear or yellowish fluid that is rich in nutrients. The colostrum will be nourishment or food for baby until the breast milk comes in.

Breast go through a series of changes during pregnancy. It is normal to experience liquid secretion durnig pregnancy. It begins with clear fluid and develops milk.

It will come out as negative, because the levels of the pregnancy hormones it detects won't be high enough. 2 weeks is the earliest you can take a test, because that's the earliest that hormone levels will be high enough

Well, girls secret little amount of breast milk even before pregnancy. it may come out while pressing them. its nothing to worry about.

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.

It is most likely colostrom.... yes, it can happan... depending on your pregnancy... my second pregnancy I leaked colostrom from about 20 weeks on.... It is just a sign your body is getting prepared to nourish your baby :) Yes it is possible to experience leaky breasts during this time. It isn't actually breast milk but is called Colostrum. It does look very similar to breast milk though. Your breast milk will come on once you have given birth to your baby. Congratulations.

That baby wil come out to be really small and you will not be able to feed the baby with your breast.

Pregnancy increases the sensitivity of the bile ducts to estrogen, and cholestasis often develops during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy

Breast tenderness is one of the earliest signs of pregnancy( next to nausea and a missed period) BT can start as early as 3 days post conception and last through 6-9 weeks. Each woman is different There is usually and change in breast size and aureole In lighter skinned women the darkness and color of the aureole is much more prominent Some women feel a nagging soreness in their breast, while other feels a tingling sensation on the nipple. Spidery veins can appear across the breast with in the 2-3 week. If breast tenderness is accompanied with redness, or a nipple discharge see your Primary care provider or a ND, NP or PA.

lol yes I'm sure no harm will come to your husband doing that! Seriously though, it's just fine. Sex and intercourse is encouraged during pregnancy.

Through out your pregnancy the lactating glands were spontaneously working in preparing milk for your Baby... that is why your breast were very large and tender during pregnancy... Now after birth when you have started feeding your baby the breasts will come to its normal size which you will feel like suddenly it has become very small....

Yes. It takes some time until the pregnancy hormones have settled and until then your body is set on pregnant.

no not normally, although periods during pregnancy does happen.

no, producing breastmilk, or breastfeeding will not alter the outcome of a home pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty

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