Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I am 24 weeks pregnant...transparent fluid is coming from my left breast...is it normal ??
Answer: hi dear! Leaking clear, creamy-white or yellowish discharge from your breasts is a sign that your body is prepping to breastfeed your baby. It tends to happen toward the end of the third trimester, but can occur anytime after five or six months.
Question: Hello. I am 20 week pregnant. I found some white watery discharge from my breast today. Is it normal?
Answer: Yes, it is normal that breast is licking in pregnancy.
As early as the 16th to 19th week, you may notice a yellowish discharge, called colostrum, from your nipples. This just means that your breasts are getting ready for breastfeeding. Colostrum is the "pre-milk" that helps protect your baby from disease during the first few days of breastfeeding.
If your breasts are leaking colostrum:
1. Use breast pads inside your bra to soak up leaks.
2. After your shower, let your breasts air-dry for a few minutes.
Question: my 24 week pregnant wife has some fluid out of breast ... is this milk ?
Answer: She may have leaked a few drops of thick, yellowish substance during the final weeks of her pregnancy, called colostrum. BM usually starts in the final weeks of pregnancy, but this can happen to some women in their 2nd trimester also.