I AM IN MY 36 WEEK AND I HAVENT PRODUCED ANY BREAST MILK I AM STRESSING
How do you know that you aren't producing any breastmilk? At this stage, your body is likely producing colostrum but it only leaks in some women. Your milk will take 1-5ish days to come in after the baby is born.
WIT MA OTHER KIDS AT 8 MONTHS PREGNANT I WAS LEAKING EVERY WHERE IT COULD BE THAT I AM ONLY MAKING COLOSTRUM AND I AM JUST STRESSING I DIDNT EVEN THINK OF IT LIKE THAT THNK U
You shouldnt be producing milk yet anyway...it doesnt come in until a few dayts after baby is born. I didnt leak with either of mine and had no problems bf. It could also be that your body has adjusted enough by now that you arent over producing.
dont worry u will be fine i asked the doctor and he said is normal
I did not get mine until after I gave birth!
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I wouldn't worry about it. I have only ever been able to really express a little colostrum in late pregnancy. Remember, in most cases, milk doesn't come in until roughly 3-5 days after baby is born. I wouldn't fret at all. :)
Hugs.......Your milk will come in after the baby is born.http://www.breastfeeding-problems.com/breastmilk-production.html
During your pregnancy, just half way through, your endocrine control system will start to trigger the making of
, your milk supply will start to come in 30-40 hours after giving birth
to baby. Your baby’s stomach is so small at this stage that he only
needs a few drops of colostrum with every feed to be satisfied.
body doesn’t produce milk before baby is born as your levels of
progesterone are too high, but once you deliver the placenta your levels
of progesterone will drop. The high level of prolactin now triggers
copious milk production “lactogenesis 2”
start to breastfeed baby as soon as possible as this will start to
release prolactin and therefore trigger increased breastmilk production.
Moms only start to feel the increased breast fullness 2 – 3 days after birth.
When your body is signaled to start producing milk, the hormone
oxytocin is released and this causes the milk to be pushed out of the
i really appreciate all the responses . i just read the last few and it really helped i guess that this breastfeeding thing is like every pregnancy always different sorry i am really impatient and cant wait any longer i have 3 weeks left to go and just wished that i already had ma baby girl in ma arms
be patient and dont stress it will come :)
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