let-down

Let-down is the release of milk in a breastfeeding mother as a response to the suckling of her baby. About 50% of women feel this as a tingling or warm sensation in the breast.
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let-down

(let´doun) the transport of milk from the alveoli of the breast to the ducts; called also milk let-down.
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Let-Down

This is the process where the brain tells the body to produce milk and make it available in the breast. Let-down occurs when the baby’s sucking action on the breast sends a message to the brain. The message stimulates the hypothalamus gland, which in turn stimulates the pituitary gland. Hormones are then released that act on special cells in the b...
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