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200+ oz in Cambridge

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Re: 200+ oz in Cambridge

Post by Admin on Fri Jan 14, 2011 10:25 am

Hello momma,

Any chance you still have some milk? We are nearly out of milk for my 5 m/o son. Let me know, thanks!
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200+ oz in Cambridge

Post by jhubbard on Wed Dec 15, 2010 5:33 am

Hi -- I have over 200 oz of milk available, pumped in late October and November. My son was 7 weeks premature, so I spent a lot of time pumping and building up my supply, but now he's mostly nursing, and I'm out of freezer space. He's 2.5 months old now. I will be leaving for the holidays on December 19th, and would prefer to give the milk away before I leave. (FYI - I was on nifedipine, a blood pressure medication for preeclampsia, while pumping; the doctors said that was fine for nursing. Also, I have spent 5 years in Europe, so I am ineligible to donate via a milk bank.)

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