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OMG liquid coming out nipples -28 weeks

(10 Posts)
WearingPinkPyjamas Tue 04-Aug-15 23:36:23

28 weeks pg. Lying on side reading mn baby name threads and just felt boob and sheet all wet. Third pregnancy so should be used to this but wtf! Is this normal so early?

larnieperty89 Tue 04-Aug-15 23:40:01

I'd say so mine started leaking clear fluid at about 23 weeks the joy!! grin

mummyneedinganswers Wed 05-Aug-15 00:11:49

Yea I've been getting it from 16 weeks and now using breast pads at 23 weeks as it leeks all down my top x

dementedpixie Wed 05-Aug-15 06:22:22

It's colostrum and quite normal for it to start being produces at that stage

dementedpixie Wed 05-Aug-15 06:22:47

produced *

WearingPinkPyjamas Wed 05-Aug-15 17:50:08

Whole thing so emotive for me because last two times breastfeeding v v difficult and we had to mix feed.

Doublebubblebubble Wed 05-Aug-15 18:11:13

Yep - I think I started leaking about then... Honestly it seems like anything baby is giving me the tingle...

Very annoying although kind of awesome at the same time x

CoffeeAndOranges Wed 05-Aug-15 18:21:11

Found some crust inside my bra (padded maternity one) and a little dried circle on my nightie about a week & a half ago - I'm not quite 25 weeks. Don't think they've started to spontaneously combust at the sight of baby related things yet, but I am on number 1 so maybe my body's still not quite equated actual babies with what's going on inside me - my brain certainly hasn't!!

NickyEds Wed 05-Aug-15 20:19:48

I started getting colostrum at about 14 weeks, not loads but definitely there and it made my boobs a bit sore. I put it down to only having a small gap between pregnancies??

Mynd Wed 05-Aug-15 22:30:47

I have a little on my right side now and I'm only 7 weeks. 2nd pregnancy. God knows what I'll be like at 28 weeks... confused

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