If both men and women have nipples, why don’t men also produce milk and breastfeed? It’s a question that’s been on all our minds, leading Laci to once and for all explain the reason for male nipples.
Why Do Men Have Nipples?
“Brace yourselves for a low blow, tough guy. Nipples remind us that gender is anything but clear-cut, especially in utero.”
Strange but True: Males Can Lactate
“Unless you are an Indonesian fruit bat, though, it probably won’t happen naturally.”
Sex Begins in the Womb
Sex differences of importance to health and human disease occur throughout the life
span, although the specific expression of these differences varies at different stages of
“This article discusses how a human baby is conceived and how the baby develops inside the mother’s womb.”
“The embryonic time comprises 56 days, i.e., 8 weeks from the moment of fertilization.”
Why do men have nipples?
“The possibility of male lactation may not seem as far-fetched as one might at first expect, since it can happen soon after a baby boy exits the womb.”
Seven nipples in a male: World’s second case report
“We present a case of seven nipples in a 32-year-old male patient.”
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