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Let me start out by saying I am due May 1, and this is my first pregnacy.
I have been lactating clear stuff since november and now I started to lactate brownish with the clear.
is this normal I thought it would be clear until a week before the baby's born.
Clear lactation of colostrum is normal but I'm not sure about the brownish color, you may need to go to the doctor just in case. I had to wear nursing pads a few months before my baby was born because i leaked clear stuff. HOpe this helps!
Is it brown or more of a yellowish color. When I was about 7.5 months pregnant I started to leak a yellowish fluid. I was told this is completely normal. I would recommend wearing nursing pads because it stained a few of my bras. Hope this helps and congrats on the bundle of joy!! Good luck to you.
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