Lactating woman

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Lactation is common after a woman has given birth, and it can sometimes occur during pregnancy too. However, it is possible for both women and men to produce a milky discharge from one or both nipples without being pregnant or breastfeeding. This form of lactation is called galactorrhea. Galactorrhea is unrelated to the milk that a woman produces when breastfeeding. People may worry about unexpected nipple discharge, but there is no link between galactorrhea and breast cancer.

Lactating Not Pregnant: What Does It Mean?

Nutrition and Lactation | GLOWM

Breastfeeding in the United States has continued to experience a pronounced resurgence since the early s. Mothers who breastfeed their infants have been characterized as being middle class, married, and white, and as having some college education and one or two children. Women in other situations also are breastfeeding their infants, so to assume that an unmarried nonwhite teenager is unlikely to breastfeed her child is unwise. Some of the greatest increases in breastfeeding initiation rates occur among nonwhites. Factors that influence the decision to breastfeed and its duration are prenatal support and information, 4 support in the early postpartum period, 5 attitudes and management suggestions by health professionals, 6 , 7 timing of any obstetric advice, 8 any previous infant feeding experience, 9 mode of delivery, 10 mother—infant separation in the early neonatal period, 11 and patterns of maternal employment soon after the infant's birth. Most well-nourished mothers successfully breastfeed their infants without need for significant dietary changes. Nutritional requirements during lactation and specific nutritional concerns are addressed in this chapter.

What causes lactation when not pregnant or breastfeeding?

Lactation is the process of producing breast milk. For women who are pregnant or recently gave birth, lactation is normal. Hormones signal the mammary glands in your body to start producing milk to feed the baby. This is called galactorrhea, and it can happen for a variety of reasons. Galactorrhea happens to around 20 to 25 percent of women, according to Dr.
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