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doest breastmilk change after weaning?

Whats the difference between old breast milk and colostrum? what is coming out is: a little cloudy, thick, and sticky, sometimes a lil yellowish. What do you all think it is? I stopped breastfeeding a lil more than three months ago and dont know if that will effect the consistency of breast milk. possiblilty of pregnancy but so far BFNs soooooo whats the verdict? lol

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Asked by Anonymous at 6:24 PM on Nov. 10, 2009 in Trying to Conceive

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  • Well, my experience was that after I weaned both my boys, which one of them I was pregnant with the other, the breast milk never went back to colostrum until after I was about 8 months (some women have this earlier) pregnant again. It is possible that you have an infection...any pain or itching? If you keep expressing even a little milk, your milk will have a much harder time drying up.

    Answer by wheresdmop at 10:55 AM on Nov. 11, 2009

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