What happens if your breast spills milk?
If your breast spills milk (also known as colostrum) then you are pregnant
The only problem with breast feeding when you have a tattooed breast is that the milk comes out in funny colors. No, just kidding. There is no negative impact in having a tattoo on your breast on the quality or safety of your milk. The ink is locked into your skin and does not migrate to the interior of your breast or your milk.
If you continue to offer a newborn the breast from the time of birth and do not supplement with formula you will have an adequate supply of breast milk until you stop offering the breast. Breast milk is supplied based on demand. If the newborn/child suckles for it, your breasts will continue to produce milk indefinitely.
If this were to happen you would continue to produce milk, as normal. Your first baby would continue to receive the same milk as normal. However, immediately after the second baby is born the milk will return to colostrum (the very thick first milk for new born babies) for a few days in order to give the newborn exactly what it needs. This happens because when the placenta is delivered it triggers the release of…
No woman or mother should put breast milk in a baby's eyes! Myths and folklore often have NO basis in fact or medicine. Breast milk is meant only to be a nutrient. Any antibodies present in breast milk will only be of benefit if consumed as breast milk, processed through the child's blood stream, and delivered to the cells. Breast milk has NO benefits when applied topically e.g. applied to the skin, ears, or eyes.
The beauty of the milk produced by mammals is that it is specifically tailored for the offspring of each species. That means that cow's milk is best for calves, goat's milk is best for goat kids, breast milk is best for babies, etc. So yes, breast milk is better than "normal" (cow's) milk. The packaging for breast milk is also much more appealing than any other source of milk.