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New to this: Milk to donate

Post by toniak on Mon Aug 15, 2011 2:36 am

I am new to this and not sure how it works. I have some frozen milk to donate. I live in Southeast Michigan in the Metro Detroit area. My baby was born in March and he usually does not take my milk from bottles. I don't pump that much anymore, but when I first had him I was so paranoid about not having enough milk for him that I pumped excessively. I have a bit of frozen milk and want to donate. Would rather it go to a baby that needs it than throw it away.
I do not smoke or drink, nor do I consume any alcohol or any drugs. I am on prilosec for acid reflux, prenatal vitamins, vitamin D, and calcium. I am on a healthy vegetarian diet, and take care of myself. I would be willing to provide a letter from my dr. stating that I am healthy and another from my baby's pediatrician stating that he is too:)
My baby weighed 7lbs 6ozs when he was born and is now up to 16lbs at 19 weeks. He is in the 95% and is very healthy. I would love to help another baby grow in the same way I help my little guy.
I will be starting back to work in the fall and may not be able to donate regularly, but want to at least donate what I have frozen. The dates on the milk range from April 2011 to the present.


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