I posted asking for advice the other day and only got one response (Thank you for responding though!) I just discovered thursday night that my breasts were lactating. I got up out of bed to put lotion on my left nipple because it was dry and itchy. When I got into the bathroom I was examaning the dryness and milk shot out of my nipple! I tested it a couple more times and it kept coming! Then I checked my right one, it did it too. I wasn't sure wether to be impressed with myself ( it shot out pretty far!), scared, or excited. I got my hubby out of bed and he said it was "normal" HOW WOULD HE KNOW!!?!?!?!?!? Like his nipples have ever leaked! Puhleazzze!!! Anyway...I took one test because I had other symptoms of PG but I was still a week away from my pd due date. I am waiting until I get or miss this pd to retest because it came up neg but like i said i was still a week away so I doubted getting an accurate reading. My question is if anyone else has experienced this? Any lactating due to pregnancy? I fig it changes your hormones to get pregnant, so why not? I checked in with a friend and she has only experienced lactating when she got pregnant (She has had cervical cancer and other issues and can not carry to term.She miscarries before she even realizes shes pregnant.She doesnt want kids right now anyway) Anywho, I also checked with a nurse friend who said they can do that if you play w/them too much, but my hubby and I had been super busy/tired this past week and hadn't been together in a few days. Besides they never did that before and they see plenty of action ;) lol So what are your experiences? Im still doing it too...pd not due for a few more days, having no pd like symptoms either, so .... any ideas? Thanks!
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