I did this time...it really freaked me out and convinced me I needed to take a pg test, which was positive. I had stopped nursing a few months before so I'm not sure if it was colostrum or leftover breast milk or...who knows what, but it was only a tiny bit and it hasn't happened since. I don't know what day DPO it was because I wasn't keeping track this time, but I think it was later than 10 dpo.
Yes its possible, when i got preggers with my second son i knew i was preg 3 days before af was due cause of my breasts leaking when squeezed and got a bfp the same day and now this month starting at 8 days before af due i have it again but considering how early it is and the fact that we used condoms at all time this month (were not trying for more) it seems unlikly that its from pregnancy this time so i guess it could go either way but it was enough for me to look for answers on here anyway! Lol but as i said im living walking proof that it is possible, good luck!!!!
It seems early but everyones body displays different symptoms so its entirely possible. I still have some (if I gently squeeze) and I stopped BF my son when he was 6 months. (nearly 18months ago.) I wouldn't worry unless u have tenderness around your nipple, pain, lump u haven't felt before etc. Mayb mention it at yr first check up x
I leaked with mine but didn't think much of it as I've always been able to get a bit of milk or whatever out of my boobs after breastfeeding the two girls. After I got my BFP I realised there was a fair amount there and just massaging the nipple slightly was making them leak which is unusual. So I guess it could be!
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