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Breast milk sign of pregnancy?

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I am trying to get pregnant and I am not due for my next peroid till 6/22, but I would like to know...my breast fell like they are developing milk, like when it was time to breast feed with my last child, is this an early sign of pregnancy?


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replied June 23rd, 2009
Breasts Answer A6843
In general, the breasts do not begin producing milk until later in pregnancy.

There are many factors that can cause breast swelling and discomfort, including the menstrual cycle itself, medications, diet, physical activity, and some illnesses.

If you have developed a new nipple discharge, or a new breast mass, then you should visit your physician and undergo a clinical breast examination.


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