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Woman explains why she breastfeeds her husband, saying, "It's made our marriage stronger."

 Woman explains why she breastfeeds her husband, saying, "It's made our marriage stronger."

She did, however, add that before breastfeeding her husband, she makes sure the kids are fed.

After admitting that their marriage has been stronger since the wife started nursing her husband, an American couple created a stir online.

In 2016, when she started over-lactating while caring for their children, Rachel Bailey, 30, started breastfeeding her husband Alexander, 30.

Even while they now claim that it is completely great and that there is no "kink," they did acknowledge that it felt uncomfortable at first.

“When my eldest child, Troy, now seven, was breastfeeding, I went away on a cruise with Alexander.

“However, I forgot my breast pump and was badly engorged for two days. I was in so much pain and I was scared about getting an infection, so we decided that my husband was going to try drinking the milk to relieve me.

“We were nervous about the idea of him breastfeeding from me as we thought it seemed weird, but as soon as we did it, we realized it was perfectly fine.

“Alexander said that the milk was really different to how he expected it to taste, compared to the normal milk he was used to drinking.”

“We realized there was nothing wrong with me breastfeeding him, and it would actually be good for him as it is so nutritious.

“He didn’t get a cold for two years after he started drinking my milk and so many people said his skin was so much better too.

“He ended up loving the taste of my breast milk and even prefers it to cow’s milk now.

“It’s not a kink for us. It started as Alexander just helping me out when I was in pain, but it turned into more of an emotional bonding thing.

“I love breastfeeding him as it allows us to spend quality time together. It’s definitely brought us closer as a couple.”

The Florida-born mother claimed that after the birth of their two younger children, Aria, now six, and Matthew, now two, she discovered that she was overlactating once more, and her husband made the decision to step in and assist.

But she added that before nursing her husband, she first makes sure the kids are fed. She said that because she is producing less milk, he is now only nursed at night rather than three times each day.

“It’s funny because if I eat something spicy, it also gives Alexander gas too,” she said.

“Shortly after giving birth, when I was producing the most milk, Alexander was drinking my milk three to four times a day.

“Obviously the babies are always fed first before it’s his turn. He would spend about five to ten minutes on each boob.

“It’s a bit of a taboo subject, but we wanted to share it because we don’t think it’s bad and we aren’t ashamed. It was an instant relief when Alexander latched on, and it stopped me from being in pain.

“On top of that, it has also created a more special bond between us which we never would have had if we hadn’t started this.

“Nothing bad has come from it at all, so why should it be something that is hidden?”

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