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Look for milk for baby recieving chemo

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Re: Look for milk for baby recieving chemo

Post by khantler on Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:30 am

I live in Westport, CT and have a huge supply of milk available for donation. If you are still looking, please feel free to contact me.

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Post by Sneha on Mon Jan 09, 2012 12:05 pm

Hi,

I have milk I can donate and live in Cambridge. Please let me know if you are interested.

Kindly,
Sneha

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Look for milk for baby recieving chemo

Post by Kerri & Kai on Tue Nov 29, 2011 12:27 pm

My son was diagnosed at 8 months with an inoperable brain tumor. He is now on week 16 of a 60 week round of chemo. Since his diagnosis and brain surgery in may he has had a hard time keeping his weight up. He lost several pounds in the first month and it has taken us the past 4 months to get those pounds back.
I nursed him through all of this. About 6 weeks ago I noticed he was loosing interest in nursing and a few weeks ago he started refusing to nurse at all. I am taking it as him self weaning, but I really would love for him to still be getting the benefits of breast milk. I pump but get very little, less than an ounce a day at this point.
We do not need high quantities, as he does get some nutrition from other food (because of Kai's weight loss he now has a feeding tube), but we are really hoping to provide him with antibodies that may help him when his immune system is down from chemo.
We live in Central Mass and travel into boston every week for treatment.
Thanks for your help,
Kerri & Kai


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