and Cons to Adult Breastfeeding
By Rob D.
There are a few pros and cons to adult
The important things which must be understood
above all else are these:
If there is a breastfeeding
baby or infant, it's very
important that the needs and dietary requirements of the baby/infants
Its important that the
mother of the baby/infant or the woman
that's providing milk for the baby/infant has all the standard health
tests; this includes standard blood tests
and milk sample testing.
Its important that the
breast milk be tested to make sure its
ok and is fit for purpose (consumption).
The baby's needs take the
priority over the partners, its
important for that baby to have a stable
home & family
HAVING A BABY JUST TO INDUCE
BREASTMILK IS IRRESPONSIBLE.
Sexually transmitted diseases & sexual
/ non-sexually transmitted infections can
be transmitted from person to person
via bodily fluids, this includes breastmilk.
Breast Feeding and Adult
It's important that any woman who wishes
to induce should have a regular health check
just to make sure that she's okay.
Induction can take weeks if not months
to induce, this means you will need a STRICT
feeding schedule. Once the schedule has
been made, it must be
followed and adhered to.
A woman's nipples often become sore
from feeding her partner and/or her baby/infant the time,
there are creams available to help with the dry
skin, cracking of the skin, etc. You can
check out the section "This and
That" which covers items for
sore/cracking nipples for purchase or you can
visit your local baby store.
Once breast milk is produced, it will
still require a long feeding schedule to increase milk
production, even with the help of herbal
supplements and/or medicated tablets such as Domperidone.
It's possible for the mammary glands to
become infected and the woman may pass on the infection
in her expressed breastmilk.
Breast tissue can "sag" or
lose elasticity once the milk has dried up or has stop being
produced and of course, as a woman becomes
older. It can be corrected surgically or if
training is done in a gym.
If one or more breastfeeding sessions are missed,
a woman's breasts can become engorged and painful.
Therefore a breast pump would be an investment, either hand or electric.
It would be best to check that an
electric breast pump doesn't interfere with a pace-maker
if either partner or both has one.
Breastmilk is reported to be very
sweet tasting; it may not be suitable for people who
don't like anything that's sweet in taste.
In regards to
diabetes: This issue is difficult to answer as it will be different from person to person
and depending on which type of diabetes.
It would be
advisable to consult a dietician or doctor
Dietary changes may be required to help
induce the milk process. Every woman
has different dietary requirements.
Further research will be needed to find
out what foods will be best for her.
It's not recommended for people who are
Alcohol, drugs, medications and other
toxins can be passed from person to person via
Breastfeeding is a very intense form
of intimacy and bonding experience between two people. Over time it will
bring people closer together and strengthen a relationship between the people in question.
It has a strong,
stabilizing effect on the partnership.
Breastfeeding allows two people to
communicate on a non-verbal level.
It can reduce stress.
It can be relaxing.
It's a great way to cuddle up with your
It can sometimes be used to help induce
sleep or take a nap.
In some cases, breastmilk can sometimes
have beneficial properties/effects.
It has been reported to be arousing.
It's possible to induce orgasm/climax.
It can be beneficial for people who have
a calcium deficiency (It's best to consult a
It's more nutritious then cow's milk.
It can be donated to a milk bank so
that babies can receive breast milk if their mother
can't breastfeed or if babies are orphaned
Wetnursing can be arranged with another
family if a baby is in need of milk and the milk is
okay to drink.
Rob D. ©
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