I nursed my son until recently, he is 4 years old and that's about the time he just stopped asking for it. I know it's not the norm here in the states, but I wanted to put no pressure on my son to stop. After he started daycare and I started work, I nursed much less each time, so really the opportunities to nurse were happening mostly in the morning and at night. Anyway, it's been about 1.5 months that nursing stopped, he just felt good not to ask for it anymore. During that time after between 1-4 years, I never required to pump or had any leaks, etc., I dont have any discomfort or anything, it's just that the milk is still there! I can express a few drops still from my breasts, I wonder when the milk will actually dry up. I don't know if it's normal or I should be concerned. In the first year, my milk production was VERY abundant and steady. He never had to use formula, I had plenty to feed a few more kids if I had them! So, my question is, what is the normal expected time when milk is to dry up after nursing stops fully? Would the length of time or the production amounts have anything to do with why I can still express milk from my breasts? I'm guessing all this is hormonal...I do have increased sex drive lately, and it could be a bit embarrasing during the act if I'm still expressing milk...Thanks for any info!