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How do you know your breast milk is dried up?

I had an abortion at 17 weeks a little over 2 months ago. I still have milk in my breasts if I squeeze them and I didn't wear the supportive bra like I was supposed to when the milk first came in.

My nipple color is finally fading, but I'm still producing milk and something just seems off.

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973741 tn?1342346373
That is unlikely to be milk.  Most women don't make milk until the baby is born.  It's a hormonal reaction.  You also went from all the pregnancy hormones supporting a baby to no baby.  That's a big dramatic change for the body.  So, your hormones should regulate back to normal and this should go away.  good luck
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