I was wondering when will my breast milk come? I am 33 weeks and 3days and Also I'm being induce between 38-39 weeks can my milk still come out even if I'm being induce?.. I'm planning on breast feeding my baby girl intill she is 6months and I'm afraid I won't be able to breasts feed or Cus milk might not come out! :-/
With my first pregnancy I never leaked or anything showing my breasts were going to produce milk. I had my son and had him start sucking and he got the clear stuff and my milk came about 2 days later. Same with this pregnancy 36+5 and no sign of milk just flappy boobies LOL. I think some women's bodies produce more quicker than others
I'm already producing milk an leak & I'm only 19weeks 5days but not a ton with my first pergnancy I didnt get my milk in till a couple days after I had my son. So no worries it's always different for every women.
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