It could've been from your previous shower.. you really need to confirm pregnancy before you stress about symptoms anymore.. But I will tell you nipples tasting like soap isn't a symptom of pregnancy, and colostrum doesn't taste like soap.
Peaches - I was 15 weeks when I started leaking this time, this is my 2nd pregnancy.. My first was about 32 weeks
A couple ontha before we conceived I was worried because I noticed that I was leaking from my breasts. I went to my doctor and he asked me if my husband is a breast man.. which he is. Meaning he enjoy playing with them or sucking.. the doctor then told me that sometimes your body doesn't recognize that its your husband and not a baby so you produce a lil bit of milk. He checked me out and at the time I was not pregnant. It was just my husband playing with them to much. Try having your husband not play with them as much for awhile and see if it goes away.. it did for me.
So ur not even sure ur pregnant and you think ur boobs r leaking already?! Ha. And i had my ex taste my colostrum and breast milk with my last child.. Taste nothing like soap or anything that could be compared to soap.... Maybe u didn't wash all the detergent out of your bra and ur boobs sweated and make the detergent stick to your nipples or you just didn't rinse well enough when you did shower...
She keeps asking questions about pregnancy and saying things about hers when she has not gotten a positive HPT and is waiting to go to the doctor. I agree with the posts about her needing to figure out what is going on.
I was just curious I didn't think it was a symptom. I was just wondering what could cause that. I'm making an appointment after Thanksgiving. Waiting to find out my friends schedule before I make the appointment. I haven't had a period in 3 months and I've had multiple symptoms. I know symptoms can mean nothing, but they are serious and kinda painful. And there can be several reasons that I cant get a home pregnancy test positive,
If your three months late on your period with no positive at home pregnancy tests then im pretty sure you arent pregnant. your levels would be way up and could pass any test any time of day. as for your soapy nipples lol, id say rinse them better in the shower.
I just want to say I took pregnancy test after pregnancy test even went to a free clinic and got tested did it for almost 2 and a half months never had a positive test and finally went to the hospital and they did a sono and I was pregnant 3 months. I'm now 33weeks. I just wanted to get it out there that pregnancy test dnt always work. But No if you were leaking Cal. Or milk it would not taste like soap.
We've told her to see a doctor, because regardless of a pregnancy test, a blood test/ U/S would tell her for sure..she has yet to do that, there are plenty of other ways to tell than a HPT. And it's pretty rare for them not to work, honestly.
Hey alissahann18: do u normally have a history for irregular menstruation??
IF NT... U shud b alarmed as to y u are not menstruating regularly... Btw Are u TTC??..n Wat wud your family& hubby think about u having a bby??
I'm pretty regular. I never miss or spot. No, it just happened. My bf is excited and I don't want to tell my family until it is confirmed because I
m in high school. Once I know for sure I will tell them, but not unless I'm positive.
I do agree with pinklips.... Ur appointment should have been like next dat...or two days the most given Ur situation.... Bcuz if u say Ur regular n haven't spotted ... I wud def call back n make up some cocka-mainy story just to get in ther A LOT SOONER... IF NOT ARE U ATLEAST 18...YET.. TO GO TO ER... During school time.. n get a doc note before u leave... Summm Caz
Girl Summm juss ain't right... N U dnt seem as shocked... Mayb u just are preggo...Idk... Wat to think I'm just concerned!
You should really try to get in sooner because 3 months with out a period is very strange. If you are pregnant you need to have prenatal care, if you aren't you need to make sure nothing is wrong other than missing ovulation. They will help you to ovulate.
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