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At least 2 causes: Galactorrhea or expression of milk from breasts is associated with pregnancy, prolactinoma & medications, among other causes. Check out http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/galactorrhea/ds00761 for more information. And have her go see her family physician or gynecologist for further evaluation. ...Read more
Is drinking a lot of soy beans milk make my boobs bigger? Is there anyway to enlarge em without having to eat a lot?
Yes, but...: Drinking a lot of milk will make the boobs bigger because the overall fat in the body will increase and increase. The more body fat, the more fat in the boobs. It's the calories from the sugar, fat, and protein in milk... Regardless of the kind of milk. That means it's not those internet stories of hormones in soymilk or other foods and drinks that will be making everything (everything) bigger. ...Read more
Can u skip 1 day without pumping milk?? Will I lost the milk after? My boobs doesn't feel full at all
Uncertain: The best stimulation for mild production is either nursing or pumping. So, if you do not pump, this may further reduce your milk supply ...Read more
I squized my boobs and milk squirted out I'm a month late and took 3 tests and it was neg could I still be pregnant ?
Can lupron cause me to lactate? My boobs have milk coming out of them I've been on lupron for 3 months
Prolactin blood test: Have your MD do a prolactin blood test to determine if it is elevated first and if it is due to a pituitary small growth.(microadenoma). there is a medication Rx for that problem if it is found to exist. If the prolactin is normal then a trial of Lupron cessation may be appropriate. ...Read more
I haven't had a period since November . I gain weight . But my cloths still fits my boobs have milk stuck out side of it . What can that be ?
Any suggestion in what to drink and eat to about a blurry chest xrays result???
They said milk can sometimes make it blurry is that true?? Suggestion?
If chest pain occurs: very quickly, would be c/w esophagus issues/esophageal spasms as part of your response to what you are swallowing. This can happen with anything. Coordination of esophageal muscles (like rest of body) to achieve the peristaltic swallowing response is complex & coordinated by mind/brain. Internalized past history, no matter how seemingly hidden, always plays a role. But, Hx you offered is limited. ...Read more
Camel milk?: I was unable to locate any peer-reviewed published research regarding camel milk and chronic cough. Anytime something is touted as a cure-all for anything ; everything that ails you, i get very skeptical. It doesn't mean it won't work, just that i want to see some proof. I can't imagine too many camels in ma, much less easy access to it at your local grocers. Best to go see your doc re your cough. ...Read more
Yes: When you get food or drink into the trachea it can get irritated and cause some inflammation. This is normal and your body reacting to the milk getting into your breathing tube (trachea). It should resolve in a few hours to a day. If not or if you get short of breath or a fever see a doctor right away. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, if any "normal" breast tissue remains in place. ...Read more
From the breast: The breast is a gland consisting primarily of connective and fatty tissues that support and protect the milk producing areas of the breast. The milk is produced in small clusters of cells called alveoli. The milk travels down ducts to the nipples. ...Read more
When the baby: Suck on the mother nipple that stimulate the breast to produce the milk. The breast is a gland consisting primarily of connective and fatty tissues that support and protect the milk producing areas of the breast. The milk is produced in small clusters of cells called alveoli. The milk travels down ducts to the nipples. ...Read more