Breast milk?

Nirelan Nirelan
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I heard with too much nipple stimulation you can produce breast milk....has this happened to anyone using these?
03/25/2012
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Rey Rey
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Originally posted by Nirelan
I heard with too much nipple stimulation you can produce breast milk....has this happened to anyone using these?
that's a good question.

I would think that it would be more about the frequency of the suction being applied also.
You need to stimulate the glands regularly, and consistently for your hormones to kick in and respond to the 'demand'

You may get a clear liquid, but this is not necessarily breast milk
07/02/2012
shortstoke1980 shortstoke1980
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Originally posted by Nirelan
I heard with too much nipple stimulation you can produce breast milk....has this happened to anyone using these?
heard that to
07/26/2012
Beck Beck
Luckily we have a lactation consultant as a community member. I'm going right over to P'Gell's page so she can comment about this.

I believe you can start to produce breast milk with repeated nipple stimulation. And it's something you have to really work at. But that might now be the case for all women.
07/26/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by Nirelan
I heard with too much nipple stimulation you can produce breast milk....has this happened to anyone using these?
I'm a lactation consultant and my guess is that these wouldn't cause one to produce milk.

When a woman wants to induce lactation (for an adopted or foster baby) or relactate (after a premature weaning) she has a LOT of work to do; pumping with a hospital quality pump, every 2-3 hours round the clock, taking medications which raise her prolactin levels, putting the baby to the breast with a tube device to bring supplement to the baby while providing more actual infant stimulation to the breast itself... and even then sometimes it doesn't work.

Producing milk from using nipple sucker toys would be highly unlikely and I think that someone who could produce milk, without being pregnant or just having a baby JUST from using these probably would need to have her prolactin levels checked for a pituitary disorder or tumor. These won't produce enough stimulation in a non-lactating or pregnant woman to cause milk production.

However, as pregnant women have very high levels of certain hormones that ARE effected by nipple stimulation (because that's what's supposed to happen after the birth, nipple stimulation to make milk) that I would NOT use these during pregnancy.

I wouldn't worry about it.

Thanks for the heads up, Beck.
07/26/2012
xOhxSoxScandalousx xOhxSoxScandalousx
Unless your breastfeeding it's highly unlikely for you to produce breast milk by a lot of nipple stimulation.
07/28/2012
Porygorish Porygorish
Depends on if your body is producing certain chemicals that are more oriented with pregnancy though?
08/22/2012
aryce aryce
I've heard of that before too as well. Although I had a lot of nipple stimulating when mine used to be pierced and I didn't get anything, the only time I ever produced any milk was when I was breast feeding.
08/22/2012
shorejen9 shorejen9
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Originally posted by Nirelan
I heard with too much nipple stimulation you can produce breast milk....has this happened to anyone using these?
Absolutely not for me. I stopped nursing my daughter May 2011 and these have not caused any issues for me since I got them a couple weeks ago.
10/10/2012
no longer here no longer here
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Originally posted by Nirelan
I heard with too much nipple stimulation you can produce breast milk....has this happened to anyone using these?
Well. I didn't get these, but the little suckers, and I'd have to say from surprising personal experience yes. I have breast fed before, but my youngest is 7, so it's been over 6 years.
10/27/2012
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