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    Default My milk has a green tint

    My pumped milk recently looks very thin and has a green tint to it. Should I call my doctor?

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    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Landof2toddlers, Oregon

    Default Re: My milk has a green tint

    what have you been eating? seriously, different foods can tinge your BM. Also milk pumped at different times of day can be different consistencies.
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    Join Date
    Apr 2007

    Default Re: My milk has a green tint

    I dont think its anything to worry about. I remember having blue milk alot. Milk can vary alot in color.

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    Dec 2006

    Default Re: My milk has a green tint

    Prenatals do this often. If I pumped just an hour or two after taking mine, it would be very green. At other times just a tinge of green.
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