Lactation. Mammaries are why we call her Mama. Mechanism of afterpains.
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Mammaries are why we call her Mama
Oligosaccharides: 1.2 g/dl
Protein: 0.8 g/dl
Na+: 5 mEq/l
K+: 15 mEq/l
Cl-: 15 mEq/l
Ca++: 16.0 mEq/l
Mg++: 2.8 mEq/l
The milks of various mammalian species are quite different from each other. For example, the carbohydrate content of bovine milk is lower than that of human milk and the protein and mineral contents are higher. These differences affect its digestibility by human babies (remember, cows have 3 stomachs to our 1).What is in human milk
Bottle-feeding: cycling begins 8 weeks after delivery; ovulation begins 11 weeks after delivery
Breast-feeding: cycling begins at about 33 weeks; ovulation at 36 weeks – no woman ovulates who breast-feeds six or more times daily for a total of 60 min, and who does not supplement child’s diet with formula (‘daddy’s milk’).