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Re: need milk in New England

Post by munguin on Sat Oct 22, 2011 12:09 pm

Hi Hyma,

Thank you so much for your message! You are right, I probably wouldn't drive to your area solely for 32.5oz. However it is very possible that I will be driving through the Framingham area within the next few weeks, and could easily pick it up at that time.

You can reach me here: munguin at hotmail dot com. I'd like to continue this discussion!

Thanks so much,
Sara

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Re: need milk in New England

Post by kanshu mom on Sat Oct 22, 2011 8:08 am

Hi,

Are you planning to come to Mass anytime soon? I have 32.5oz which is not a lot to drive from CT just for this. But if you are in the Marlboro Framingham area I can drive for 30mins or so to meet you and give it to you. My baby was born in May and I have milk from 22nd Aug to Oct 2nd when may baby was 3-5 months. If you are interested please let me know. I have hypo thyroidism but I take my medication at 5AM and all this milk is the extra from when pumped for my baby at work around 2PM-3PM. Otherwise I am healthy, take my prenatal vitamins and eat healthy mostly organic and all natural home cooked food.

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Hyma.

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Re: need milk in New England

Post by jimmysmom on Sun Oct 02, 2011 4:53 pm

Hi Sara!

I am in the Attleboro area & would be willing to donate. I have A LOT of frozen BM in my freezer dating from July when my son was born. The frozen BM never sat in the fridge, if I wasn't going to use it right away, I froze it. I have quite an over supply & can give you a more accurate of the amount tomorrow after I go count. Some are frozen in Medela bags, some in Lanosh bags...the older ones are in 2oz & the more recent are 4oz.
I would be happy to get a letter from my doctor regarding my health. I do have Type II Diabetes & hbp, but both are well controlled & the meds that I am on do not affect the baby through the bm as I am still nursing my 3 month old son.
Please let me know ASAP, as I do see there are others in need as well.

Thanks,
Heidi
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need milk in New England

Post by munguin on Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:19 am

Hello,

I have a 2-week-old baby girl. I am not able to breastfeed her at all due to a recent bilateral mastectomy, so I am relying on donated breastmilk. I live in CT and am happy to drive around Massachusetts (and other New England states) to pick up milk. I am deeply grateful for any help you can provide.

Warmly,
Sara

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