My ds who turned 3 yrs. old in July weaned himself the month before (in June) and he was only nursing 1-3 times a day at that point, sometimes once in the middle of the night. Is it normal to be able to express colostrum from my breasts almost 4 mos. after he has weaned himself??
I googled it and I read that it could be a sign of a pituitary gland tumor! I never would have noticed but my son was having a "melt down" and I picked him up to take him to his room and managed to put his knees together around my breast and then proceeded to pull away from me, ouch! I noticed a wet mark on my shirt (I was not wearing a bra at the time) and thought it was maybe just because he injured me but then I thought for the heck of it would see if it came out of my other breast and sure enough I was able to express the same thing from the other breast. It looks just like colostrum!
Can anyone tell me what this could be, is it normal? Thanks!
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