Certainly not in the same way that motherhood triggers contractions, lactation, and stretch marks.
At certain stages in lactation, a bitter salty taste is occasionally to be noted that is peculiar to individual animals.
Should she become a mother and nurse her child, this function of lactation would be the periodic function of the breasts.
These headaches lasted three days and occurred at the menstrual periods, ceasing throughout pregnancy and lactation.
Then, there were five years during which she did not perform the function of lactation, and yet, she did not lose this function.
They often find it necessary to wean before the end of the usual period of lactation.
The two preceding varieties commonly occur during the first two or three months of lactation.
The writer of "Women and Economics" has nothing to say on this subject—less, if possible, than on the subject of lactation.
Amenorrhoea is an absence of menstruation in conditions other than pregnancy or lactation.
Next in frequency of occurrence is the period of lactation, especially in multiparae.
1660s, "process of suckling an infant," from French lactation, from Late Latin lactationem (nominative lactatio) "a suckling," noun of action from past participle stem of lactare "suckle," from lac (genitive lactis) "milk," from PIE root *glakt- (cf. Greek gala, genitive galaktos, "milk"), which, along with *melg-, accounts for words for "milk" in most Indo-European languages (the absence of a common word for it is considered a mystery). Meaning "process of secreting milk from the breasts" first recorded 1857. Middle Irish lacht, Welsh llaeth "milk" are loan words from Latin.
lactation lac·ta·tion (lāk-tā'shən)
The secretion or formation of milk by the mammary glands.
The period during which the mammary glands secrete milk.