The Clinic is where you will find the more technical information about ANR and inducing lactation. You’ll learn about the mechanics of making milk, how the body adapts and changes to the milk making process, information on how to get started inducing, what to look for and be mindful of, and a host of other topics.
This is also a place where we’ll be sharing personal experience as to what worked and what didn’t – to help you on your own journey.
How does progesterone relate to the milk making process? An overview of what you can expect.
Galactagogues are herbs, foods, and synthetic or plant-derived medications that stimulate milk production and increase the flow of breast milk.
Expressing milk by hand takes a little practice, but you should learn this useful skill.
You don’t always have the time to stimulate your breasts for 15-20 mins. every 3-4 hours during the day – this is where a TENS unit can come in handy.
Many women choose to use natural supplements to help increase their milk supply. These are some of the most common herbs for lactation induction
What synthetic medications are used to help support lactation?
Many mature woman and their partners are becoming interested in ANR and, as a result, this question comes up frequently – Induced Lactation After Menopause
There are 4 different hormones that contribute to the making of milk. This video shows when each comes into play, and it’s role in the milk-making process.
The Newman-Goldfarb induced lactation protocols are designed to imitate pregnancy, and kick-start the milk making process.
Domperidone maleate is a medication used to treat stomach issues, but is frequently used for to stimulate lactation.