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Shantoo
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2016 2:30 am    Post subject: How long will it take to induce  Reply with quote

I have one lover who can see me almost every night, so he is my main suckler, but still once a day as the only regular suckle might take a million years?

We are onto our 6th week now and I have just started dom to help since I can't seem to work in more than once a day.  Is once a day enough or should I bite the bullet and decided to fit another session in or give up for now?

I persnoally love having my lover suckle form me, even dry I find it an incredibly intimate and loving experience however I also don't want to keep hoping for something that isn't going to happen or keep him thinking it will if it wont.

I have never been pregnant before, in my last attempt I took that thistle herb that is supposed to get your body to make the breast structures needed to produce milk and pumped for about a month.

So any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2016 1:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Shantoo,

You've answered my earlier question. Have you checked in with an Endocronolgist to see what your hormone system looks like. Talk to them about using oxytocin. They may be able to help, however I'm inclined to say, if you're not pregnant, you'd need to exercise or reactive lactation more than once a day.

Keep in touch and be well, safe and happy

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Shantoo
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 12:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What is oxytocin for? I don't feel like I can see any medical professionals to help me, I kind of get heaps and judgment and feeling shitty about my choices in life as it is telling them I want to induce lactation is just going to get me more crazy looks and dismissals into the too hard basket. I went to an Endocrinologist because I was told by another doctor my hormones are out of balance but the endocrinologist wrote back to my doctor suggested I needed a mental heath plan and the see I dietitian, as my hormones are as expected for someone of my size and all i have to do is lose weight. Easier said than done, thanks for your help endocrinologist. I mentioned to him I had trouble orgasiming and could that be becasue of hormone imbalance, got the same response.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2016 6:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Shantoo,

Yeah, some Doctors aren't worth the paper they're written on. As the Endo you saw obviously had an attitude, I wouldn't trust the time of day from him. Sadly you may have to pick yourself up and find another who is more respective of his clients.

If you have a weigh problem it could be due to some imbalance. After all there are 6 active hormones throughout the digestive tract that are responsible for the proper processing of your food. Shoud you have an imbalance it stands to reason why you may have a weight problem.

Oxytocin is one of the primary hormones responsible for milk production and the "let down" response in breastfeeding.

Most male doctors haven't a clue how women orgasm, so I wouldn't be bothered even asking them. I found a sex therapist was super helpful for me when I was having a few problems. She was able to pin point the problem within minutes. Great value, I'd recommend them anytime.

Keep up the good work and don't take any crap from people who don't have the decency to respect you.

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