Starting a ANR w/husband

Starting a ANR w/husband

Postby Foox » Mon Mar 22, 2021 4:02 am

I am not pregnant at the moment but have started trying to breastfeed my husband so that when we do eventually have a child I am all set ahead of time plus it will give us a bonding thing we can do, any suggestions on how we can start the process? (Day 2 of just husband suckling and no milk yet, but my breasts have slightly increased in size, shape and volume)
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Re: Starting a ANR w/husband

Postby Nadia86 » Tue Mar 23, 2021 1:04 pm

Milk usually starts when baby is born a hormone is triggered to release the milk.
Doesnt mean its not fun but just so u know feeding baby feels different.
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Re: Starting a ANR w/husband

Postby Foox » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:15 am

I know having a babe is a shortcut to inducing lactation, but it's also possible without being pregnant/having a baby. I was just hoping someone here would have some knowledge that would help my supply grow before I go with the child route, not planning on that for years
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Re: Starting a ANR w/husband

Postby Kamalama » Sun May 16, 2021 6:05 pm

Wish I never read this...
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Re: Starting a ANR w/husband

Postby Doglover+166 » Sat Jul 03, 2021 8:11 pm

Breastfeeding can sometimes make it harder to get pregnant
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Re: Starting a ANR w/husband

Postby Allie88 » Sat Jul 03, 2021 10:13 pm

Kamalama wrote:Wish I never read this...
🤣😂
Yep i read it twice wasnt sure at first...

But yeah i dont think you can trigger milk production without necessary hormones...

Re supply to the poster...best do that AFTER baby arrives because if you do it during pregnancy it can induce miscarriage/ preterm labour. Once milk does come in, pumping leftovers after each feed can boost your natural supply. Also certain foods help with supply. And regular feeding / pumping boosts that too. But you need an actual supply and a baby to do that......
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