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Vol. 20 - Num. 80

Clinical Reviews

Breastfeeding without having been pregnant

Lucía López Granadosa, Andrea Serrano Reynalb, Cynthia Crespo Morac

aPediatra. CAP Sant Andreu de la Barca. Institut Català de la Salut. Barcelona. España.
bServicio de Anestesiología. Parc de Salut Mar. Barcelona. España.
cPediatra. ABS Sant Boi de Llobregat. Montclar. Institut Català de la Salut. Barcelona. España.

Correspondence: L López. E-mail: luciagranados@yahoo.es

Reference of this article: López Granados L, Serrano Reynal A, Crespo Mora C. Breastfeeding without having been pregnant. Rev Pediatr Aten Primaria. 2018;20:e113-e115.

Published in Internet: 13-12-2018

Abstract

It has traditionally been difficult to separate breastfeeding from pregnancy and childbirth. However, the option of breastfeeding their babies is also feasible for women who have become mothers through gestational surrogacy processes or adoption. We present the case of a woman diagnosed with Rokitansky syndrome who successfully breastfed her baby following Doctor Newman’s protocols. There is little information on breastfeeding induction. Pediatricians should be knowledgeable about the possibilities of breastfeeding induction.

Keywords

Breastfeeding Lactation induction

 

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