From pregnancy, through breastfeeding, to after weaning, our experts explain how your breasts change — plus we give you tips on caring for them along the way. Read on to find out what to expect as you journey through the trimesters, breastfeed your baby, and eventually wean her. Surging hormones and a shift in breast structure mean your nipples and breasts may feel sensitive and tender from as early as three or four weeks. Some mums-to-be have sore breasts during pregnancy right up until the birth, but for most it subsides after the first trimester. Your breasts might not actually grow much until shortly before — or even after — the birth. Most women find a seamless style with wide straps in a soft, breathable fabric most comfortable. Get yourself measured properly to ensure a good fit.
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Unlike female nipples, male nipples appear to be purely decorative. To start, male lactation has been observed in a few domesticated animals, including cats, goats and guinea pigs, on rare occasions. However, male lactation seems to be common only in dayak fruit bats, though it's not yet clear why males of this species have the biology to spontaneously produce milk.
Back to Health A to Z. Nipple discharge isn't usually a sign of anything serious, but sometimes it's a good idea to get it checked just in case. It's also not unusual for babies boys and girls to have milky nipple discharge soon after they're born. This should stop in a few weeks. The colour of your discharge isn't a good way of telling if it's anything serious.