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    Have any of you had letdown sensations while you've been pregnant but not nursing? My DS weaned about a year ago and I am now about 32 weeks pregnant. Starting yesterday I've felt letdown sensations in both breasts multiple times. I don't seem to have any significant colustrum or milk since nothing is wet afterward. This did not happen between my first and second even though I nursed until about 20 weeks.
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    I have that sensation the entire pregnancy, every time. I have no idea why. You're not the only crazy person I guess. LOL

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    It is so bizarre! Maybe it means that my milk will come in super quick. That would be nice.
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    I randomly feel engorged at various times throughout the day. Than a little while later it goes away.

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    Im there with you Jessica. Though I actually leak when it happens. Im already wearing breast pads and I havent nursed for almost 3 years (or will be close to it when she is born). I have a feeling my milk will come in even faster this time, with DS it came it just before I left the hospital.

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    My milk came in on day three with my first and day two with my second (although he seemed to be actively swallowing quite a bit from the get go). It's just such a weird sensation and I'm worried that suddenly I will have wet spots on my shirt. Maybe I should wear breast pads just in case.
    Jessica (32) and Ryan (32). Madelyn born August 5, 2009; Malachi born December 23, 2010 and Nathaniel born July 19, 2013. Lost a loved baby 02/29/12, 05/14/12 and 07/05/12 all due a serious allergic reaction to fabric softener.
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    I haven't had that happen here yet but I weaned a little over a year ago and I'm only 14 weeks. It would be nice if that meant your milk will come in quicker this time!!
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