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Need low dairy or dairy free breast milk for a formula intolerant baby

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Re: Need low dairy or dairy free breast milk for a formula intolerant baby

Post by avinniko on Sun Jul 25, 2010 5:28 am

Zillaonyx,

That would be great. You actually live next to my sister, so it's a trip that I wouldn't mind making at all. I can take the 22 ounces and see how my baby reacts to it. I doubt that the occasional cheese would have much affect, but I can take the 22 ounces and see. If there isn't an effect, I'll gladly take whatever you can pump! I would really appreciate the help. I'll send a PM soon (hopefully my little monster will stay asleep) so we can arrange something!

Thanks,

Asia

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Re: Need low dairy or dairy free breast milk for a formula intolerant baby

Post by Zillaonyx on Sat Jul 24, 2010 8:39 am

Hi Im a mother of three and currently am feeding my 8 week old baby boy. I do not drink milk but I do have the occasional cheese. My baby gets horrible diahrea if I drink milk. I take prenatal vitamins but no other medications. I do have 22 ounces currently in my freezer if you are interested. I would love to help you out. My baby only nurses on one side at a time still and only empties the one breast at a time. I could pump the other side at every feeding. I would get anywhere from 2-4 ounces per pump. He is also sleeping through the night now and Im waking up sooo engorged in the mornings if I sleep with him. So I get up once during the night and pump any where from 5-8 ounces. I have been dumping that down the sink. Such a waste. If you are interested let me know.

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Re: Need low dairy or dairy free breast milk for a formula intolerant baby

Post by avinniko on Sat Jul 17, 2010 11:22 am

That sounds great. If you decide to donate I will take anything that you have to give. I'm running late to a dentist's appointment (ack!) at the moment, but I will shoot you a PM in a couple of hours!

Thank you!

~Asia

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Re: Need low dairy or dairy free breast milk for a formula intolerant baby

Post by bagones1506 on Sat Jul 17, 2010 10:08 am

I am thinking of donating my extra after my last day of work August 20th. I am in Burke VA and would be considered low dairy. I have a piece of cheese every few weeks to see if my daughters dairy sensitivity is getting better. it isn't i was making 3 bottle more than she ate a day at the beginning of going back to work. I am also peanut free if that helps. I have the blood tests from my pregnancy, but if you want more recent ones I would need to get them done.

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Need low dairy or dairy free breast milk for a formula intolerant baby

Post by avinniko on Thu Jul 08, 2010 10:40 pm

Hi all,

I have a 6 week old baby girl who is suffering from cow's milk protein intolerance and reflux. I have insufficient glandular tissue and only produce around 2 ounces per day despite trying just about everything to increase supply. We have tried all kinds of formula, including extensively hydrolyzed formulas, but they make her reflux exponentially worse. She cries for hours on end and we're getting desperate. Our LC and pediatric GI doctor both mentioned MilkShare, so here I am. We are hopeful that she will feel much better on breast milk. I live in College Park, MD, but would be willing to drive up to 4 hours to pick up milk. Any help would be very much appreciated!

Thanks,

Asia

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