Question by  atif (6)

Can a woman who is not pregnant produce milk?


Answer by  HadaBaby (66)

Yes, it takes about two weeks of pumping every two to three hours for fifteen minutes every day in order to get the milk flowing.


Answer by  Scott76 (24)

Yes. Some women who experience prolonged and frequent stimulation to the breast and nipples can begin to produce milk. There are documented cases of over zealous males spending so much time stimulating a womans breasts during foreplay that, over time, the female eventually starts to lactate.


Answer by  Echo (229)

Milk is produced via hormones from your pituitary gland. It is possible to produce milk before pregnancy if your hormones are out of whack


Answer by  SashaDarkCloud (5764)

Yes. Either by nursing after pregnancy for a long period of time, special hormone supplements that you are taking, or a tumor on the pituitary gland.


Answer by  mansi (521)

yes, milk production is influenced by prolactin levels in bloodstream. This may be mild annoyance or as serious as a brain tumor on your pituitary gland (which controls prolactin secretion)

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