While I have only delivered one child (19.5 months) who is currently still nursing, I have a theory and I'm "searching for data". I know that oxytocin causes milk ejection and uterine contraction. Therefor, every time a mother nurses her child the uterus (a muscle) gets a work out. In theory (especially if the mother nurses through pregnancy), the uterine muscle should be better toned and prepared for the act of delivery.
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