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#10066 11/06/07 05:39 PM
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Hi everyone! I am an IM with a gestational surrogate who is 8w4d preggo! I started the dom about 2 weeks ago to do the regular induction protocol. I noticed this morning that I have some drops of milk forming in my right breast. Is this a good sign or this typical so soon?? I have lactated successfulyl in the past and always leaked when preggo myself.
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Candace

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Hi Candace,
Some of the other ladies are much more knowledgeable about your ?? but I wanted to encourage you. I'm a new mom via TS. Our little miracle is 13 weeks old and we are in complete love with her. I have thoroughly enjoyed our bfing experience.
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Thanks Kimberlee, that is so good to hear! Congrats on your new arrival! What a joy that must be.

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It happens. But don't squeeze or anything as tempting as that is. You need to leave your breasts alone until it is time to pump.


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OK, thanks for the heads up! I will leave them alone for now!


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