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Seeking dairy free milk

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Re: Seeking dairy free milk

Post by imdbbduck on Thu Mar 11, 2010 11:33 pm

My son is also highly sensitive to dairy (pretty much anything cow-related, actually) so it's been completely out of my diet for over 2 months. I'm not 100% peanut free, but eat them very rarely so it probably wouldn't be hard to monitor that as well.
Feel free to send me an email or PM, I'm in Hampton Roads. Very Happy

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Post by watawata on Wed Jan 13, 2010 9:47 pm

Hi, I have sent you a PM. Thank you!

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Seeking dairy free milk

Post by Jodibug on Tue Jan 12, 2010 4:17 pm

Hello,

I know it's a long shot, but I have to at least check! My DS was born September 19th with a congenital heart defect(tetrology of fallot). He will be undergoing open heart surgery in March so you can imagine I'd like to give him as much mother's milk as possible to keep him as healthy as possible. I had a breast reduction in 2006 and unfortunately do not have a fully supply, even with the help of all the galactagogues in the world. I estimate that I make about half of what my son needs and he gets roughly 12 oz of (very expensive, hypo-allergenic)formula every day. I was fortunate enough to find a wonderful mama who was willing to pump for us for 6 months but we recently discovered that DS has a dairy sensitivity and suspect peanut sensitivity as well. If there is anyone in the Elizabeth City, NC or Hampton Roads, VA area who has dairy and peanut free milk to donate we would be ever so grateful. Thanks for reading and feel free to contact me with any questions.

Thanks!
Jodi


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