An international concern for mothers (and women) is the size of the breasts. Especially if you have to breastfeed Was even more worried that Does breast size affect breast milk? Is it sure? Is there an answer
? Where does breast milk come from?
Milk is produced from cells that are lining the small bulb. Of breast meat These cells are nourished by blood vessels in the chest area. Milk that is produced little by little will be stored inside. When the baby is breast-feeding The stored milk will be excreted from brittle fibers through the milk ducts and flow out through the nipples.
Size is not about the amount of milk.
Whether small or large milk is not related to the amount of milk. Because breast milk is a kind of sweat gland Divided into cloves about 10-15 petals, with internal glands and tubes. This part is responsible for milk production and transportation. And the other is the fat-based tissue. Determines the size of the breast Not about milk production Is just a framework to help coordinate the glands and tubes together in the shape of the breast
Much less milk depends on “prolactin”
“prolactin”, a hormone produced in the pituitary gland. There is an important part in stimulating the cells to produce milk. By releasing large amounts during pregnancy And reduced immediately after birth But this prolactin level will increase immediately When the baby is breastfeeding and drops rapidly after breastfeeding Therefore, breastfeeding often Stimulates the secretion of prolactin Which makes more breast milk, sure enough.
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