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Post by Meltonac77 on Wed Aug 03, 2011 7:21 pm

Hello, I have more than 100 oz of milk that I would like to donate. Would you like it? It was expressed in June & July and stored in a freezer at 0degrees. I am a healthy 33 year old woman. Let me know!

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hoping someone can help!

Post by Ivy on Mon Jun 27, 2011 4:42 pm

Hello everyone,
First off I want to thank every single one of you amazing women who have taken the time to pump and donate to women and babies in need. Because of your willingness to help and sacrafice your time many babies have been granted an amazing gift. Thank you so much in advance even just for taking the time to read my post here.

I live in Cape Cod currently. I have an almost 7 month old son. I was able to solely support him for the first 6 weeks of life breastfeeding or so i thought. He ended up hospitalized for failure to thrive when he was 8 weeks old. My heart dropped. He had sank back to his birth weight after basically 24/7 nursing sessions. I hate myself for all of the tests he had to endure while in the hospital and for the fact that no matter what I try (herbs etc...) I can't produce more than 2 ounces in a pump. I have always wanted to be a mom and it took me 36 years to get here and now reguardless of my best efforts I can't provide him with his most basic need. We have been supplementing with donor milk but we are almost out. I am still trying to up my supply but it seems like a loosing battle. I am looking for some donations of milk. I am more than happy to pay for the bags to replace yours. If you read this and feel you would like to help me and my son he and I both would be forever greatful and can be contacted at deannadoula@gmail.com.

we are starting solids which will help but until he is fully weened I want to try and keep him off of formula as he had a REALLY bad reaction to it before we were able to find some amazing women to donate to us.

Thank you again for just considering us!


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