I am a family physician, educator, and mother of two that breastfed both of her children. It was only when I was at work trying to juggle the challenges of a full time practice, being on call and worry over my daughter not gaining enough weight despite drinking enough volume of breast milk that I started to ask myself what is in MY milk.
The idea of women wanting to know what is in their milk is not new. In 1978 a new method was published called a creamatocrit. This was