2. Breastfeeding is usually not run at scheduled intervals making it virtually impossible for a woman to have a full-time career outside the home.
3. In addition, breastfeeding may be a contributory cause to sagging breasts, which a woman and others could conceive of as fading beauty.
4. There is a taboo in many Western countries against breast-feeding in public. If the woman chooses to feed her baby in the midst of company, she may be found to be offensive.
5. It is also messier and less efficient than bottlefeeding.
6. Substances such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB), dioxins and other potentially dangerous products remain in body tissues for several decades and could be passed to newborn babies in milk during breastfeeding.
2. There is no taboo against breast-feeding in most countries where children are viewed as being very important. For example, in countries with strict Muslim codes where women may have difficulty travelling alone, nursing in public is accepted.