28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Dear All. I am at my third trimester. Should i be lactating colostrum from now on, which indicates that we are ready to produce milk? Has everyone experienced lactation signal during end of pregnancy? If m not producing colostrum now, does that indicate i cant produce enough milk after delivery?

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Answer: leaking is normal dear and is generally nothing to be worried about. It happens as yor body is preparing for delivery and lactation in advance. The liquid is known as colustrum and leaks even after delivery. If the leakage is a lot,you might need to wear breast pads that will help in keeping the breast dry. Do not worry.It just means that your body is ready for lactation during this period.You will not need any medications for the same. you are just in your 28 weeks dear. normally leaking starts from third trimester.
Answer: Hi dear.... It differs for different women.. as for my experience I did not lactate colostrum in my 3rd trimester... But only after delivery.... Then I had my lactating started and I fed my baby with exclusive breast feeding for 6 months and my baby had enough milk... So don't worry as of now.. have positive thoughts... Happy pregnancy
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