Re: Post-weaning question
It's normal to continue to see milk for weeks, months, or even years after nursing. It's not a health problem or evidence of a health problem.
As milk production ceases and the breast returns to a nearly pre-pregnant state, there are large shifts in the concentration of different milk components. The milk contains less and less lactose and water, and relatively more protein (including lactoferrin, serum albumin, and immunoglobulins). Basically, the milk turns into something more closely resembling colostrum- which would explain why what you're seeing is clear and golden rather than milky white.
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