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Milk available in Manhattan (Midtown West)

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In desperate need of milk in NY

Post by AliyahS on Wed Jan 26, 2011 1:29 pm

Hi -

My name is Aliyah and if you have even 30 or 40 oz left to spare I'd be very grateful.

I'm currently umping at a deficit of 5 oz a day for my 9 week old baby girl.
It's depressing, stressful and terrifying.

I'm taking More milk plus and drinking MM tea - by no real results.
I've blown through my freezer stash and i have no idea what's going to happen tomorrow.

I got my first daughter through a year on breastmilk and I'd feel like I'd really failed my second if I couldn't give her that gift.



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Re: Milk available in Manhattan (Midtown West)

Post by WendyGSV on Wed Jan 12, 2011 9:13 am

Hello. I was wondering if your milk is still available. My supply suddenly dropped because I am expecting again but my nine month old son mainly relies on breast milk and has been crying for a week and a half due to lack of breast milk. He does not want juice, formula or anything else and my husband and I are really worried. He visibly lost weight. Could you please let us know if your milk is available? I would be more than grateful. Thank you


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Milk available in Manhattan (Midtown West)

Post by CarnegieMilk on Mon Dec 20, 2010 9:04 am


I'm a mother of a big healthy 4 months old boy (19.5lbs). I have fresh extra milk every morning that I store in the fridge and I have stored some (about 100oz) in the freezer from the past two month, but since my son rarely drinks from a bottle, I end up pouring lots of milk out.

If there is a baby in need of extra breast milk, please contact me.

I'm a 28 year old pianist who teaches piano to kids part time. I live with my husband and my baby near Carnegie Hall. I'm very healthy; no smoking, no drinking, take lactose free milk and prenatal vitamins and probiotic daily. I'm with Westcare medical and all my medical/blood work are on records with them.

I'm hoping my extra milk can help out a baby.

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