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Re: I have at least 200 oz of BM to donate!

Post by Admin on Fri Sep 10, 2010 3:48 pm

Hello momma!

I am seeking milk for my little 1 month old son. If you still haven't found a home, please let me know. I can come to Boston pretty much any day. I have a congenital breast anomaly, but I am trying to keep him exclusively on breastmilk and I nurse him using an SNS. Would be grateful for any help from you or other moms you might know. Many thanks in advance. Feel free to call or email.

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I have at least 200 oz of BM to donate!

Post by madresitaAug09 on Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:35 pm

uuugh, my post just disappeared and so I have to retype it. So, I will make it short.

I am new, so please feel free to educate me on this site. I have a 10 month old who has been BFing since birth. I have at least 400 oz of milk, but the older bags are from Nov-January, so I will probably have to dump those. Sad I live 10 min North of Boston, MA. I am a non-smoker. I hardly ever drink. I "pumped & dumped" the few times that I did drink. I have milk from FEB-May that I can donate. I did have to restrict my milk intake for the first 6 months, and have slowly been reintroducing it, just in case any of your babies have a milk allergen or sensitivity. Let me know if I can help anyone out. I would hate to throw it out.

edit: I take a prenatal vitamin daily. My caffeine intake at the time was little to none when I pumped this milk. Now, that my son is older, I have been allowing myself 1 cup of coffee a few times a week. But, I don't need the coffee, so I can certainly go caffeine-free for my new milk that I will be pumping. And I am otherwise in good health.



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