Legitimate Biology Question. Do women with flat chests produce less milk for their babies, than women with large breasts? Serious answers?
- EdnaLv 77 months ago
The external size of a woman's breasts has absolutely nothing to do with the amount of milk that her internal milk glands will be able to produce.
- GBLv 58 months ago
I know a woman who said she always had a small chest, but fed all three of her sons for 6 months . (Which was considered a long time, when she had her children.) Another mum with very big breasts gave up after a month, because she found it hard to get comfortable.
- OcimomLv 79 months ago
Not always. Smaller breasts may even produce more milk then larger ones - depends on how much the child breast feeds.
- Anonymous9 months ago
Its the same amount i guess
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- AnonymousLv 510 months ago
No, Breastfeeding is truly all about supply and demand
- Tri-HarderLv 710 months ago
Breast size is not related to mammary glands.
- MarkLv 710 months ago
I don't think so - at least not in any sense that would make a baby undernourished.
- PippinLv 710 months ago
No. Breast size has nothing to do with milk production.