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Colostrum

I'm only 22+2 and I'm already leaking. Is it possible to run out of colostrum before the baby is even born and is there anything I can do to stop from leaking until closer to when my baby is born?
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That's impossible lol..you won't run out of it...and sadly there is nothing to do about the leaking but wear breast pads.....I've been breastfeeding almost 3 months and I still leak
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ohhh you don't run out?
okay tmi but my husband keeps trying to "get my milk" lol and i tell him that if he ***** it all out there won't be any colostrum left for baby. hahaha is that not true? i mean i still don't want him sucking on my leaky nips lol jw if i lied to him nd just made that up in my head
i'm 18+5
4402502 tn?1355342665
I wasn't sure. I know that colostrum is limited to the first couple of days and then you start developing breast milk. I was just worried I'd lose all the colostrum and just start having breast milk.
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see that's what i thought too! cuz its only like the first few days like you said. but do these days not count cuz no baby is here??
2188958 tn?1346444891
Hun I started leaking at 17 weeks. I doubt you'll run out before baby is born. Like they have told me Your breast supply as much as the baby demands. Im 35 weeks now and i still leak here and there
And for hayang I don't know about that. But I've heard colostrum taste pretty nasty lol
Avatar universal
hahaha well i'll keep the ******* off my nipples either way lmao.
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