The answer is: Yes. Breastfeeding an adopted baby through induced lactation is possible, but it takes plenty of planning, introspection, and support. When you haven’t given birth, building up breast milk supply involves “tricking” your body with cues that tell it to produce milk.
Beside this, can you produce milk without being pregnant or breastfeeding?
Yes, it’s possible to lactate if you’re not pregnant. Inducing lactation is a complex process that usually involves using hormone-mimicking drugs for several months to produce milk. The second part of lactation is expressing the milk through your nipple.
Keeping this in consideration, how many years can a woman produce breast milk?
The World Health Organization’s guidelines recommend “continue[d] frequent, on-demand breastfeeding until two years of age or beyond. Extended breastfeeding means breastfeeding after the age of 12 or 24 months, depending on the source.