36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hii.. when my nipple is pressed.. there is a yellowish liquid is coming out in very small quantity.. is it normal? Please give me the answer

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Answer: Hello dear. In pregnancy, the breasts may start to produce milk weeks or months before you are due to have your baby. If your nipples are leaking, the substance is usually colostrum, which is the first milk your breasts make in preparation for feeding your baby. Leaking is normal and nothing to worry about. Take care.
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    Shifana Shifu170 days ago

    Thank you for your valuable reply

Answer: Yes.. It's normal...its called colostrum means your breast is preparing for feeding...nothing to worry
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    Shifana Shifu170 days ago

    Thank you for the infrntn

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