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Re: Good milk needs good home!

Post by Hopkins1507 on Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:51 am

We would love your milk my daughter is 3 weeks old and I've doing everything to increase my milk supply so I can pump for when I go back to work and school
But hardly anything comes out when I pump.
Thank you so much

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Re: Good milk needs good home!

Post by kauaiangirl on Thu Feb 03, 2011 11:43 am

I sent you a PM... Smile
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Re: Good milk needs good home!

Post by mariagarrity on Mon Jan 24, 2011 12:08 am

Dear Jenn,


How are you? Thank you for posting on the milkshare forum.

I am the mother of a little girl born on Christmas eve. Due to an emergent c-section, my daughter's tongue tie and subsequent latch issue as well as complications from a thrush infection, my milk supply has been quite low. I have been working hard with 2 lactation specialists, taking herbs and medications and pumping regularly to increase my milk supply, but the progress is quite slow. We have been supplementing my daughter with some formula but she does not seem to tolerate it well (gastritis, vomiting etc...).

If you have any extra milk, please let me know if you would be willing to donate it to my daughter. We live in Oregon and would be happy to pay all shipping and any supply costs. We also have several friends in Seattle so I may be able to set something up where they can pick it up for me. Thank you so much for your consideration.

Sincerely,
Maria

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Good milk needs good home!

Post by Jlbscully1013 on Wed Jan 12, 2011 9:49 pm

Hi! I have a deep freezer with lots of milk available for donation. I have a six-month old baby girl and I exclusively pump. I guess you could say I am an over-producer! I am 33, a non-smoker, and live on the east side of Seattle. I don't drink, eat only organic/unprocessed food, and take multi vitamins. I do take progesterone only birth control and have taken a low dose of zoloft since my daughter was born. I really want my extra milk to find a baby in need...please contact if you have that baby! Thanks, Jenn

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