My question isnt really about breast cancer but I thought this would be the best place for the answer. My tubes have been tied since Septmber of this year and I quit breast feeding in June of this year, my breast have started leaking what could this mean and should i contact my doctor?
Hi. I don't think the leaking breasts are anything to worry about. Women who previously breastfed can relactate even a year after stopping breastfeeding. Any kind of nipple stimuli can induce prolactin production. This is a hormone which induces the secretion of milk in women. It's possible that you accidentally received stimuli which caused your breasts to produce milk again.
Hi my name is Victoria and I had my tubes tied about 6yrs ago after giving birth to my last child... 2 days ago i started leaking from my breast, and i have 4 kids and have never experienced this before without being pregnant, can anyone help me understand why this may be happening! can i be pregnant even though i had my tubes tied 6yrs ago?
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