I'm 22 weeks now and about a week or so ago I noticed my right nipple leaking a tiny bit! I only noticed it because there was a spot on my shirt (didn't have a bra on). It has happened a couple of times since (same boob, just a tiny bit - enough to make a nickel sized spot on my shirt).
I just got my new Medela electric pump in so I decided to try it out this morning (just to see how it would feel). It actually pumped something! Just clear stuff. I only had it on for a second.
Anyone else leaking already? I hope this is a good thing. I plan to breastfeed and have heard of people having a hard time with their milk supply coming in. Hopefully I won't have this problem!
20 weeks and leaked through my shirt last night!!!! I usually wear a bra but I didn't last night, stood up to go pee and was like...what the hell is on my shirt until I realized what happened. I was so...shocked! haha unexpected to say the least.
WOW! LOL. I just now checked for leakage after reading your post and I am for the first time leaking at 18 weeks... it's clear and a little sticky. Like you, I hope it means a good chance for breastfeeding!
I've leaked a little bit almost every night now for a couple of weeks (some more night's than others) but mainly from my right boob, very little from my left. I only notice in the morning when I wake up with a dried almost crusty patch on my nighty!! Gonna have to start wearing a soft bra and breast pads to bed I think
Yes, Im 21 weeks and have been leaking a few drops in my bra and if Im just wearing a shirt without a bra at night I will get a little patch on my shirt. About every day or every other day now. Its exciting to me, lol. And my right one leaks more than my left.
After reading this I checked and was squeezing my nips and tiny bitof clear liquid came out both of them. This made me so happy because I had some fear that I wouldn't produce milk for my baby and now I'm a step closer!
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