Answer: Hi Yes, its completely normal, and it's nothing to worry about. What is leaking is the first thick, creamy milk (colostrum) your breasts make before producing milk Your breasts have been making this high-protein food, ready for your baby's birth, since about 14 weeks of pregnancy Some women leak quite a lot of colostrum, while others don’t leak at all. Leaking won’t make any difference to how much milk you produce once your baby is born
Answer: Hi! Leaking breasts are normal in pregnancy. Its not milk dont worry. There is an up surge of lots of hormones in your body at a time when you are pregnant. Also your body gets prepared in its own way so that you can breastfeed your child. So dont worry breast pain or soreness along with a little discharge is normal, if you want you can wear breastpads too no harm. Good luck!
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