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20 oz in Stoughton

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Re: 20 oz in Stoughton

Post by Bevil on Sun Nov 06, 2011 10:22 am

Hi, we'll take the milk if it's still available!
our twins were born 10 weeks early and are age-corrected almost newborn, and very hungry...


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20 oz in Stoughton

Post by emilyB on Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:04 am

I produce 3-5 oz extra a day and was visiting my inlaws in Stoughton this past weekend (Oct6-9,2011). I froze in bags about 20 ounces of extra milk from the weekend and left it there instead of bringing it on the plane home. If anyone is interested and can pick it up it's yours. This is just a one time thing since I probably won't be out again.

My son is 15 weeks and healthy (and adorable!). I have not donated before, but have had a full workup of tests and am completely clean of all diseases. I have regulated blood pressure and take methyldopa for it, but that does not come through in the milk. I eat healthy (but not exclusively organic), DO have dairy and gluten in my diet, take my prenatal vitamins every day and also take extra fish oils (so my milk is a bit more golden than 'normal' milk).


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