Can milk be induced without being pregenant?
Yes, actually, but you have to go to a doctor to get a lactation hormone therapy treatment. It usually involves shots and a daily pill regimen. It takes a month or so for the milk to come in fully, and often doesn't come in as much as it would if you actually gave birth. The best way to increase milk-production would be to nurse once the person had a baby to nurse as pumping doesn't quite mimic the effects that natural nursing does. If you're interested, you can check out la leche league and contact your doctor for more information.
no you only lactate when your pregnant if your noticing discharge coming from your nipples and your not pregnant something may be wrong so see a dcotor asap to get it checked out