Can my breasts produce milk if I am not pregnant?

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In practice, it's possible to produce milk even without being pregnant for various reasons. This is because milk production is triggered by the hormone called prolactin whose quantities can surge for various reasons. Use of certain birth control drugs like those which contain metoclopramide or thioridazine has been associated with increased prolactin/milk production in non-pregnant women.
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This is an impossibility, only pregnancy produces milk in humans as well as in animals. Women can breastfeed without becoming pregnant; stimulation of the nipples (usually done using
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I don't think you can and even if you could if you are adopting a child I wouldn't recommend it because your milk could be toxic to the baby because its different than what they were
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A prolactinoma is a benign tumor of the pituitary
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Talk to your doctor about getting medication that can help induce lactation, as well as start a pumping schedule. There are other ways of helping as well, like getting an SMS machine
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