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Why do some women eject milk from their breast during orgasm?

By: informatics |Time : October 16, 2019, 05:15:59 AM
I get aroused during breastfeeding or my breasts leak during sex. Is there something wrong with me?


Arousal during breastfeeding is completely normal, according to nurses and lactation consultants, and it shouldn't be a source of shame or anxiety. It's not a woman's choice, it's how we are wired; but if a woman knows in advance how this works, she’ll be a little more comfortable with it.

 So how does it work? There are a few theories. One anthropological explanation is that, since breastfeeding can be painful and exhausting on the female body, the act evolved to eventually feel good as a sort of "reward"—suffering gives way to pleasure.

There’s a biological theory, too, which boils down to the fact that many of the ingredients present during sexual experiences are also present during the act. When a woman breastfeeds, her body releases two very important hormones: prolactin and oxytocin. Prolactin stimulates milk production and helps with bonding. It also makes women feel relaxed and sleepy. Meanwhile, oxytocin, famously known as the “feel good” bonding hormone, creates feelings of pleasure for the mother—and causes the uterus to contract.

The other instance in which oxytocin is released and the uterus contracts? During orgasm.

Notably, some nursing mothers will shoot milk from their nipples while orgasming during sex—thanks, once again, to hormones. "When oxytocin is released into the bloodstream it can cause milk ejection," says Diana West, a lactation consultant for La Leche League and author of several breastfeeding books. Another illustration of the way breasts, nursing, milk production, and sexual experiences are all, biologically speaking, connected.
 

http://lactation.wiki/wiki/Sexual_Arousal_and_Lactation



Will sex make your breasts leak milk?

Be prepared to experience leaking if you’re breastfeeding and having sex.
Within days of giving birth, your breasts will fill with milk. Touching, rubbing, or sucking on the nipples during intercourse may release breast milk. You may even leak or spray breast milk during orgasm.

These three techniques can help you manage this:

    1. Nurse or pump ahead of time. If you have the time, try to reduce the amount of milk in your breasts before having sex. This will reduce the risk of a leak.

    2. Wear a bra with nursing pads. If you and your partner are fine with keeping your breasts covered during intercourse, nursing pads tucked inside a bra can absorb any leaks.

    3. Talk about it beforehand. Talk with your partner about the chances of this happening during intercourse. If it doesn’t bother you, don’t worry about it. It’s natural.

https://www.healthline.com/health/pregnancy/breastfeeding-sex


Sexuality and Breastfeeding

The hormone oxytocin, which triggers the milk ejection reflex, is the same natural hormone that causes uterine contractions during labor, that shrinks the uterus back to its normal size after delivery, and that produces uterine contractions during sexual intercourse.

Since breastfeeding and sexuality are seldom discussed in our society, most couples discover quite by accident the startling connection between orgasm and milk ejection.

As a woman climaxes during lovemaking, oxytocin is released and milk spontaneously sprays from her breasts as an amazing reminder of the inextricable link between the sexual and nurturant roles of the breast.

https://www.familyeducation.com/life/breastfeeding/sexuality-breastfeeding


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