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Why are my boobs leaking?

I'm fifteen, and my boobs are leaking a milky, but mostly clear fluid. I told my mom and she's making me a doctor appointment, but I want to know some possibilities as to why this is happening. I am not a virgin, but I'm really hoping I'm not pregnant D:

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It is not completely abnormal to leak some clear fluid from a breast. If you don't have any redness, inflammation or lumps it is probably not that serious. Probably not a bad Idea to see a doctor just to make sure every thing is okay.

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Thanks so much! There isn't any redness, inflammation or lumps (luckily!), so now I'm very relieved. But I will be going to the doctor on Friday. :)
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i think its breast milk

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i dont know you should send me a pic *troll face*..............im jk jk jk jk jk jk jk

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wawahhahahaahhaha
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I'm not entirely sure... but I'd highly doubt that you are pregnant

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I like ur profile pic. But Skrillex is better!!
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haha, thanks
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Welcome.
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i think you are....

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I would take a home pregnancy test before you see a doctor. The more you know the better and if your not a virgin its likely that you could be pregnant. Colostrum, the early milk made by your breasts, can develop in early pregnancy and is usually present until after the fifth or sixth month of pregnancy, and has a clear yellow look,

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Maybe your just very aroused !!!!

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