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Leaking breast.......

I am a larger chested woman (DD) 20 years old this is my first pregnancy I am 20 almost 21 weeks pregnant and my breast have started leaking and today they are leaking more then usual its just like dots on my shirt but in the past hour I have gotten like 4-5 dots on each side is this normal or should I contact my OB?
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It's normal... Kinda a pain that it happens so early but it could stop before you have the baby, start again, be lighter or heavier!! My breasts leaked about 24 wks in but now that I'm 37, nothing! I wouldn't worry about it at all just another 'joy' of your changing body. Good luck
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It's normal mine started leaking with this baby at 17 weeks.
3182438 tn?1359493471
I'm in the same boat as you I've had DDD's for years and with both my pregnancies they just got bigger. Its very normal for boobs of all sizes to leak though, with my son I started leaking around 20 weeks it lasted until I was about 38 weeks then started again the day before I went into labor (39w4d) I'm now 20 weeks with my second and I started leaking around 15 weeks I've stopped for now but still put nursing pads in just incase. You can get cloth nursing pads that can go through the wash so you don't have to buy a ton of disposable, if you plan to breastfeed it'll save you some money. :)
3108371 tn?1361327669
I went from a C cup to a H cup. I have to have a custom made bra. Mine started leaking about that time and its completely normal.
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