Explanation Of The Baby Of One Sibling?
Sorry doctor, I want to ask what does it have to do if two babies who are not siblings can have siblings just because they have breastfeeded in one mother?
Hello Mada, thank you for asking.
The term brotherhood is a term related to religion. Based on a medical review, there is nothing that allows two babies of different parents to become siblings. Two people can be said to be siblings, if they have some of the same DNA from one or both of their parents. Breast milk only contains protein, carbohydrates, fats, and antibodies. Of course these molecules will not change a person's DNA, so it cannot make two people become siblings. The review is seen from a medical perspective.
But in terms of religion, there is the term siblings, which means that if two babies suckle from the same mother, then 'is considered to be like a brother'. That is why, it is recommended that when sharing breast milk, only be done on babies of the same sex. To better understand these assumptions from a religious standpoint, you should consult with your religious leaders.
Thus a brief explanation from me. Hopefully it can add to your horizons. Regards.