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In how many months will a pregnant woman's breasts start lactating?

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asked Jan 13 in Questions by Austin George (1,805 points)
edited Jan 16 by longhands1

Once a woman gets pregnant, in how many months will her breasts start lactating and secreting milk?

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There is a misconception, that milk in the breasts is produced only when the baby is born or just before the baby is born.

Some women notice leaking from their nipples during pregnancy, and this is normal. In pregnancy, the breasts may start to produce milk weeks or months before you are due to have your baby.

The substance that oozes out 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.
answered Jan 16 by longhands1 (93,025 points)
selected Jan 19 by Austin George

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