I breastfed my daughter til she was about 16 months old (3-4 months ago). She was only on one feed a day for the last month or so and was not very interested in that one and didn't take much. I hadn't leaked milk at all since she was maybe 9 or 10 months old! My milk slowly dried up and over the last 1-2 months I've only been able to get the tiniest spec when I squeeze really hard.
Tonight I was lying on the floor doing some work, and I noticed I'd leaked through to my PJ top! I then touched my breasts and they were really tender and leaking milk! This has not happened since she was 9-10 months old like I said, and my supply had dwindled to nothing!
Now I would have ovulated about 4 days ago by my reckoning (although not 100% sure this month), and we dtd 10 days ago, 7 days ago and yesterday. So there is no way on earth that even if I were to be pregnant I'd be showing signs this early... or is there?! This is just completely bizarre - I'm not a symptom spotter and I'm not charting, so the only reason I really ask is because of just how strange this is! I've also had sore breasts since Weds/Thurs, which I put down to ovulation.
I really hope someone can shed some light on this! It happened to me too! Im 6DPO and I noticed a let down sensation and a small amount of milk came out - more clearish white. BBs are not sore but tingle from time to time. I stopped pumping 2 months ago and dried up completely..
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