I'm 30 weeks pregnant with my first baby, I am looking forward to breastfeeding but as far as I can tell my milk just isn't coming. I don't leak at all, anyone who's been pregnant before and had this problem? I just want to know if breastfeeding will be an option for me.
this is my third pregnancy and With my last 2 I started leaking very early but with this one i am 34 weeks and have not started leaking a thing!! I was worried about it as well and talked to my dr and she said its normal and MIlk would ocme in right before or right after baby gets here:))
With my first I started developing milk really early, my second I didn't until after he got here and with this one at 36 weeks I haven't started leaking anything. Everyone and and every pregnancy is different don't worry :)
Im pregnant with my second and am not leaking or have milk yet and with my first i never did, my milk didn't come in until after i delivered her. Every woman is different. You don't need to be worried or concerned. You should be able to still breast feed no problem :)
The hormones to make milk dont even begin being produced until after delivery. Up until then all you will be producing is colostrum which is perfectly normal. Dont try to express any because there is no point. All, it can do now is make yoi go into preterm labor.
With my first son my boobs were so huge and hard and filled with milk i would wake up soaked wet i would feed and still pump alot of milk when he was born. With my second my boobs were normal i thought i wasnt gona be able to feed him but i did as soon as i was able to feed he latch on my breast and by the 3rd day im producing more milk that im even feeding and pumping.
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