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Leaking?
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klynshoe posted:
Sorry if this is Too Much Info - read at your own risk!

I am 22 weeks along and this week I notice my breasts have started leaking. Its not much just a couple of drops here and there. It is clearish/white fluid. This is my first pregnancy. My breasts have already gone from a C to a very full D cup!

Is this normal? Has anyone else experienced this - especially for your first pregnancy?
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sweets1988 responded:
far as i know its perfectly normal. everyones breasts start getting ready for milk production at different times. most people start in the 3rd trimester but i dont think its a big deal. with my first pregnancy i started about the time the 3rd tri came around. but if it bothers you, you can get the pads that you put in your bra for absorb moisture. i think the only reason to be worried is if you feel any bad pain in your breasts or if it smells bad, but thats very rare to get mastitis before birth. anyway good luck ^_^
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