Can breast milk change colour – and if it can, is it safe for baby to drink?That’s what social media is asking after mom Ashlee Chase posted a picture of two breast milk bags she expelled just days apart: one that appears white and the other yellow.READ MORE: Weaning your child from breastfeeding: How to do it as smoothly as possible“Top milk is from 3 days ago when a healthy Elliot was nursing,” she wrote. “Bottom is from today, after sick Elliot with a fever comfort nursed all night.”“My breast milk [turned] more watery like mostly foremilk when my 5m got cold, cough or fever,” wrote Facebook user Jhas Mhen. “Is my milk not healthy?”But according to Frances Jones, co-ordinator of lactation services at B.C. Women’s Hospital and B.C. Women’s Provincial Milk Bank, the colour of Mom’s breast milk can change for a variety of reasons, both good and bad for the baby.And if Mom was nursing a feverish baby, it’s possible it was due to the illness, she says. In this case, the change in colour is a good thing.Postpartum breast cancer: how to spot the signs while pregnant or breastfeeding
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