Hi, my boyfriend and I share a lactation fetish, it's something that has excited me for a long time and now with him I would love to bring the fetish into action. But I have no idea the best way to go about it, what tools to use, etc.
I've googled til my fingers hurt about it and found some information about breasts pumps and certain medication that can be used. I've found adult toy shops that sell nipple pumps but I have no idea if they will help to induce lactation? What I really want to know is what are the best methods and tools to reach my goal?
Any advice, tip or even websites to look at would be awesome.
Linga, Lactation is caused by pregnancy hormones at the right time in your pregnancy. I am not so sure that anything else can cause milk to form and you to lactate. The pumps sold in sex shops are not for making you start to lactate without being pregnant.
It is fully possible for a woman to start lactating without having been pregnant first. Though it requires commitment from both you and your partner.
Lactation can be induced by enough stimulation over a prolonged time. Have your boyfriend nurse on you (both sides) for ten to twenty minutes two or three times a day (regular intervals so that your body "learns" when the milk is needed) and you should start producing small amounts of milk which will, with enough stimulation (your boyfriend nursing) will gradually increase.
As with inducing lactation, stopping it is also a gradual process, all you need to do is stop having your boyfriend nurse on you and it will eventually stop.
Be weary though, you will need to use a padded bra and some women, when they hear a baby cry, will spontaneously give off milk, soaking their shirts. Can make for some rather uncomfortable situations to try and explain why you are lactating without having a baby.
Domperidone has been used successfully in Canada and other areas of the world, and has significantly fewer side effects than Reglan. It has been approved by the American Academy of Pediatrics for use in breastfeeding mothers, and has been given Lactation Risk Category L1 ("safest") in the 2010 edition of Medications and Mothers' Milk. It is not available in the U.S. because the FDA issued a warning against it in 2004. See the links below for more info.
Sulpiride is commonly used in various countries including Zimbabwe, South Africa and Chile. The primary use for sulpiride is for schizophrenia (it is an antipsychotic and antidepressant), but it also increases serum prolactin levels and thus can enhance breast milk yield.
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