It can contain natural milk, but the natural milk is tainted and is unsafe for a baby. As for the posters below, yes men can produce milk, although not the type of milk that will increase your baby's immune system health.
Woo hoo Pani I just knew someone sensible would come along.
Wow, that's the first time I've been called sensible in a long time
How are ya, BP?
I am great although I am having strong visions of men breast-feeding at present.
BP . . now i am having visions of the same .. not a pretty thought .. please please give me a new vision . . .
Aghhhhhh I know...I know let's think of prawns........yes....that's it.............prawns.......BP has plopped down dead with ecstasy.
My tombstone will read;
From the very day that she was born,
Her thoughts were filled with big juicy prawns.
No flowers, chocolates, fancy cars or pimps,
All she wanted was great big shrimp.
lol oh that hit the spot!!!
now i can go to sleep with sweet delicious thoughts of a prawn . .
cant thank you enuf for this BP - you r a lifesaver tonight!
and u can be sure I know what i am having for dinner tomorrow night! Ill make sure to get enuf in case you want sum!!!
no, but one time an ex coworker of mine told me that both women AND men could both give out milk through their nipples. its just that women have larger organs to produce milk. not sure if that's true or not because he was also the guy who used to LOVE looking at porn on his i-phone. lol. however, just thought i share that fun little fact.
You mean if I get married and have a baby my hubby can breast-feed the baby LMAO?
Only if he's got 'man-boobs'.
I don't think the baby would like a mouthful of curly hairs though.
From what I have read, there are several tribes in Papa New Guinea where the old men of the tribe nurse and care for the babies. The younger men hunt while the women farm and/or care for the herds of pigs.
...haven't seen it....
Well.... this is the most rediculous question that I've seen since: Does wearing a condom on your nose stunt your growth?
Hmmm...Now that the question has been asked, I am also curious. I don't know...I DO know that some implants are (or at least used to be) inserted via the nipple as opposed to cutting underneath the breast and leaving a visible scar. I've heard that the operation leaves one without sensitivity...I wonder if it damages the mammary glands?
Is there a doctor in the house?
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