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  andruha1123  |  6

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  lawlcopter  |  10

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  msshaye  |  10

I don't agree. Some women are different. Everyone's body isn't the same. I've not yet had a successful pregnancy, but I have been lactating and sometimes a mere touch could make milk be released. At least from my experience...

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  msshaye  |  10

I don't agree. Some women are different. Everyone's body isn't the same. I've not yet had a successful pregnancy, but I have been lactating and sometimes a mere touch could make milk be released. At least from my experience...

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  msshaye  |  10

I don't agree. Some women are different. Everyone's body isn't the same. I've not yet had a successful pregnancy, but I have been lactating and sometimes a mere touch could make milk be released. At least from my experience...

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  msshaye  |  10

I don't agree. Some women are different. Everyone's body isn't the same. I've not yet had a successful pregnancy, but I have been lactating and sometimes a mere touch could make milk be released. At least from my experience...

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  sallen0046  |  10

It's not unheard of for women to begin lactating near the end of their pregnancy, but it's rare enough. For most women lactation doesn't occur until 1-3 days after delivery.

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  miniselman  |  10

that's not always true. My sister in law was producing milk 4 days before my niece was born...it all depends on your body...no two pregnancies are the same. just cause you didn't do it doesn't me someone else can't

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