I am new to this site. I am currently 9dpo and I just noticed that my right brest was leaking when I squeezed it. Not my left, just my right. It was clear at first and I did it again and it came out milky, just one duct. I stopped BF DD June 2011. All my google searching seems hopeful at 8/9 dpo for this to happen. Any thoughts?
No infections or medications.
I am trying not to test for a few more days, I did yesterday and BFN
I can't control myself! Tested yet again today....
I can't wait for my line to look like that!! Mines about the same darkness as the control line still.
My lines were really dark for a while, but the other day they got lighter..I got worried, but had heard of the hook effect so I tried diluting with a bit of water and it was dark again. Thanks to that, I think I'm gonna stop testing, or I will drive myself nuts lol.
Originally Posted by LoveSanrio
Hey everyone! Hope you all had a great day! I took the girls to get their pictures taken today, and wanted to share some of them with you.
Those are adorable!!! Sorry about your BFN cycle, but hopefully you will get your little guy soon!
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