Please note that I am not a doctor, nor is just about anyone else who has answered a question in this forum. So, this is not medical advice. If you have any concerns, see a professional.
That said, I believe it is not unusual to produce breast milk for years after giving birth. That's how you can have old-fashioned wet nurses.
I think this varies with each individual woman. But speaking from experience, after my second child I could still squeeze milk out after almost two years. however this was not the case after ant of my other pregnancies.
I don't think I can add anymore knowledge to this topic, but I just recently noticed that I am still producing breastmilk and my son is 3 and a half. I never noticed it before, not that I have squeezed my nipples to check.
From what I have read on the internet, it can be caused by birth control pills cause it increases your hormones (which I just recently went back on).........its weird and why didn't anyone tell me this could happen!
It is quite common to continue to produce milk up to 20+ years after stopping breastfeeding in small amounts.
As long as you continue to breastfeed you will make milk. I nursed my daughter for 2 1/2 years and produced milk the entire time.
before pregnancy milk from breast why
Breast milk or lactation is caused by hormones from pregnancy.
You are not supposed to start producing milk during pregnancy. You can express little yellowish fluid from the nipples, during pregnancy.
Breast milk or lactation is caused by pregnancy hormones and nursing.
Each pregnancy is different. There is nothing to be worried about.
as early in your 8th month pregnancy milk will starts leaking in your breast .
During pregnancy hormone levels are raised, and the breast enlarge as they prepare for the production of milk. However, I wouldn't recommend pregnancy for breast enlargement.
W/o the hormonal change related to the pregnancy there won't be any milk.
anytime during pregnancy anytime during pregnancy
No it does not reduce the milk at all.
It can be, but its not always the reason for it.
No. The only way to produce breast milk is to be pregnant, about 3-4 months into pregnancy or maybe more.
It's different for everyone - some in the first month and others in the last month
No, you can not get breast cancer from breast milk. However, if you have breast cancer and you are recieving chemotherapy, radiation, or medicine, you should not be nursing since your milk will be affected.
Your milk is available around 16-17 weeks gestation.
no it's not unusual for breast milk to come in during the sixth month of pregnancy. When I was pregnant, I had breast milk come in at four months. My doctor said that I was just starting to produce milk. As for you your getting ready to give birth and your breasts are preparing for the birth so your breast milk is starting to run its course and begin coming out soon.
You could be. Or this can be caused by certain hormones still present in your body after the miscarriage. You should definitely take a pregnancy test to find out.
Most women begin lactating during their pregnancy, although those who have not previously given birth or breast fed, produce very little until after their child is born. They will continue producing milk as long as there is a need, once the child is weaned the breast will slowly stop producing milk entirely. Many women can re-lactate at a later date without going through a pregnancy - by stimulating their nipples. If a breast starts producing milk without pregnancy or cause, she should be seen by an endocrinologist for hormone imbalance. Men, given the right hormones can also lactate, although most go through their lives without using this ability.
if i took somas for pain and im pregant how long before it leaves my breast milk?
it can't. i recommend a pregnancy test.
no i don't think so
i am 25 years old an unmarried women. It is come to breasat milk so what can do don't come breast milk. please tell me answer
This should be human breast milk. We are mammals and we feed our babies milk.