It is not possible for a man to lactate from his urethra at all, regardless of how much time he is given.
milk production is homorne based. You could have your reproductive organs removed and still be able to lactate.
He is lonely.
i believe it would be sad to but its really your choice
If a chicken had a miscarriage there would be no egg, that would be like asking what to do with the baby I had after I miscarried...
not that anyone is aware of, i really hope not that would be a traumatic experience.
Salt in water is sodium. Ringer's lactate solution (sodium lactate solution and Hartmann's solution), is a mix of sodium chloride, sodium lactate, potassium chloride, and calcium chloride in water. Sodium Chloride is a mix of sodium and chloride.
The youngest horse would be one of the foals that were miscarried and never even born.
I would have to say yes. My wife's breast were sore for about 2 months after our last miscarriage. She was a bit farther than that, but not too far. I would still consult you doctor, just to be safe.
yes, after a period of 2 months your body would be completely dehydrated and your organs will start to fail