Lactation.

Lactation.

GingerMeggie GingerMeggie
Ok so I am young and dumb and inexperienced in this arena but my boyfriend seems to have some serious boob issues and keeps giving bizarre hints occasionally that he sort of maybe finds lactation a turn on. There was a time when he would allude to breast milk frequently by mentioning using it in cooking and playing with it etc. He has no children and I have no children as well, unless you count him. I have little knowledge of how the whole lactation thing works if you are not pregnant and have never had kids. I have heard that some women can be forced to lactate regularly without ever having kids if the conditions in their bodies are just right but have no idea if this is true and works or not. Again, I am young and dumb in this way. If there were some way I could make myself do this without becoming pregnant I probably would cuz I think my boyfriend would like it. Does anyone here know of anyone that's never had kids and was lactating etc.? If so were they just able to do it from a certain point in their lives or did they have to do anything to make this happen?
02/25/2017
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RonLee RonLee
There is hormone therapy that can induce lactation.
Several MTF Transgender women I know, do lactate as a result of their hormone therapy.
02/25/2017
GingerMeggie GingerMeggie
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Originally posted by RonLee
There is hormone therapy that can induce lactation.
Several MTF Transgender women I know, do lactate as a result of their hormone therapy.
would a doctor actually allow hormone therapy to induce such for a healthy woman that was not trans and not planning to have kids yet?... I am intrigued. My boyfriend seems to have a weird quiet appreciation of it and if I could get away with making it happen, I would consider doing it for him. I would however also like to get my nipples pierced for my own enjoyment and wonder if ever having that done would interfere.
02/25/2017
RonLee RonLee
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Originally posted by GingerMeggie
would a doctor actually allow hormone therapy to induce such for a healthy woman that was not trans and not planning to have kids yet?... I am intrigued. My boyfriend seems to have a weird quiet appreciation of it and if I could get away with making ...
You never know what an MD will or will not accept as a reason to treat you or not. I was active duty army married with one child and wanted a vasectomy... one army doctor said NO because I had only one child, a different army doctor had no problem with doing the procedure. So your reason to get hormone therapy to initiate lactation might or might not be considered legit by your doctor. (however, you might consider the potential stretch of the truth to be that you want to lactate so that you could feed a nursing baby)

As far as the piercing, that would probably depend upon precisely how your unique nipples healed from the piercing. Too much scar tissue might close off too many of your milk ducts.
02/25/2017
GingerMeggie GingerMeggie
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Originally posted by RonLee
You never know what an MD will or will not accept as a reason to treat you or not. I was active duty army married with one child and wanted a vasectomy... one army doctor said NO because I had only one child, a different army doctor had no problem ...
I see. And kind of hard to use excuse of nursing baby when there is none around lol neither of us has kids. He wants them eventually but not now and I would prefer not at all. with his age I might get my way but half the time I feel the only reason he wants me around is cuz by the time he wants kids it would be hard to get a woman closer to his age pregnant. He also has a bigger dislike of piercings and tattoos so even though I want the piercings, it probably won't happen. I'm on thin ice with that because my big brother and I are planning to get roach tattoos. Its a Blind Melon/Shannon Hoon reference and we had planned this for years since before I was with my boyfriend. I told my boyfriend that's non negotiable and he tries to act like he's ok with that but it sort of shows he's not. Can't help it. My brother was more of a dad. And that's really weird. Doctors shouldn't let their personal beliefs get in the way of a patients needs. At least you found someone that would help you instead. There are tons of men that should get vasectomies and won't. Pansies. They run around trying to avoid having to take care of kids with three or four different women but that's so much better than just getting the snip. Maybe my next appointment I can ask some questions about how they approach hormone therapy.
02/26/2017
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