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Re: Milk needed

Post by hollyannself on Wed Dec 28, 2011 1:48 pm


I just sent you an e-mail. I'm hoping my over-abundant supply can help you out!

Holly Self


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Milk needed

Post by Alaineoconnor on Sun Oct 23, 2011 8:53 pm

I'm reposting again because although I'm on here everyday, I'm about to run out in the next few days....

I am in search of milk for my daughter (southeast Michigan) She has had a digestion problem And she would vomit at least 4 times a week, sometimes 2 or 3 times in a day, no matter what I did or didn't give her. The doctor has been less than helpful saying only 'maybe she'll 'grow out of it'. So I decided to try breast milk. She had been on mixed formula & breast milk since 6 months and full formula since 9months. I was unable to breastfeed after a very traumatic birth. My daughter and I were separated for the first few days after she was born because I was unconscious and although she latched right on   In the first hour or so after birth, after I took a violent turn for the worse it never happened again. After I began getting better and she and I were reunited she turned away from my breast. It was extremely discouraging and had I known then what I know now I would have found a great lactation consultant but I had no idea there was any such thing! Although tragic that i cannot provide for her myself, I have been determined to get her what she needs elsewhere.     After switching to only breast milk the difference has been unbelievable. She went for 2 weeks without throwing up at all! Then I ran out because I couldn't find another donor. She started vomiting again. Almost immediately. Once back on breast milk she stopped again. I have an awesome donor but unfortunately she can't keep up with increased demands. We use anywhere from 16-28oz every 24 hours. I am willing to drive almost anywhere for a good amount of milk!

If you are interested in donating your milk I would love to hear more about you. I'm interested in any kind of donation either a one time large amount or an ongoing relationship. I would of course provide you with storage bags or reimburse for them (or any health screenings should you need any) if we were go into an ongoing relationship.
Thank you for your time, and please let me know if you are interested in donating. My daughter really is doing so much better with the help of such willing Donors.  I so enjoy getting to know you all. You're such generous women, even if I don't end up being your recipient, I want you to know how truly appreciated you are. Donating milk is such an amazing thing, I am so glad that you are able to. Thanks so much!

I forgot to mention that I would of course always reimburse your shipping cost AND your milk storage bags if you're interested in those. I have the same kind you have. I just wanted to mention that, because it goes without saying in my opinion, but I suppose there are some people who wouldnt think to pay back the cost of shipping.


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