Hello W.: I am now a Grandmother and in my late 50's, & the mother of 5 and I have been able to nurse several of my foster babies that needed it. Just because you are able to produce some milk does not have to mean that you are pregnant. It may just mean that your body is finally making the last hormone changes. I have been blessed with the ability to bring my milk back in after just a few days. So hopefully since this bothers you it will not keep on.
I am also blessed with a child that has Autism/ Aspbergers' Syndrome and that really demands a lot of you so that you can take care of all of your childrens needs. If it helps check into the SELPA program of your district and join the CAC (Community Aliance Committe ) it will help you to know all about what is offered and is being considered in your area. I have been apart of the Castro Valley District CAC for many years. Take care of yourself and I hope that you will enjoy the adventure of parenthood, Nana G