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"If you have no Y chromosome, then certain hormones are released that say, 'Okay, we'll set up this child's breast tissue to develop at puberty so that she will be able to produce milk.' Men didn ...


Amir comes to see Dr Christian with a case of gynaecomastia (man boobs) but with the added embarrassment of lactation, which means that he is producing breast milk from his nipples.


Breast milk bought online may contain disease-causing bacteria, new research finds. Credit: Baby photo via Shutterstock But can they also be functional and secrete milk — that is, can men lactate?


Male breasts have milk ducts, and some mammary tissue. They also have oxytocin and prolactin, the hormones responsible for milk production. There have been reports of men who were able to produce milk through extensive breast and nipple stimulation, but no one knows whether the milk was of the same composition or quality as the kind women ...


Men have the basic breast tissue needed to produce milk, but even with a prolaction surge caused by frequent contact with an infant or stimulation from a breast pump, they don’t have nearly as many milk ducts as a female does to begin with, so significant milk production is very unlikely to occur.


Men Can Produce Milk And Breastfeed by M.Admin | Oct 18, 2013 “The real religion of the world comes from women much more than from men—from mothers most of all, who carry the key of our souls in their bosoms.”


Human male lactation. Human male breastfeeding is possible, but production of the hormone prolactin is necessary to induce lactation, so male lactation does not occur under normal conditions. Domperidone is a drug that can be used to increase lactation. Male lactation has also been seen during recovery from starvation.


Yes, in theory, men can breastfeed. Male breasts have milk ducts, and some mammary tissue. They also have oxytocin and prolactin, the hormones responsible for milk production.


The breast tissue of both men and women contains small clusters of alveoli that produce milk in response to a hormone produced by the pituitary gland called prolactin.


Actually, many men who have enlarged their breasts have some desire to produce breast milk at some point. I do. When I am ready, I plan to take breast milk supporting herbs and hook up to a breast pump to physically stimulate the milk producing glands in my breasts. I will talk more about inducing lactation on other posts!