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150+ oz breast milk to donate - Newton, MA

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Post by mhbenes on Wed Jul 18, 2012 8:47 pm

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Re: 150+ oz breast milk to donate - Newton, MA

Post by mhbenes on Wed Jul 18, 2012 8:46 pm

Hi Sarah
If your milk is still available, we are in need! Our story is below-none of it has changed except Emmanuel is now four months old! I have an appointment in Brooklinene tomorrow and could pick up in the afternoon.
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Hi ladies--I just discovered that I only have two days left of milk for my adopted son, Emmanuel. We moved a few weeks ago and I've been distracted and not keeping track of how much we have.

Emmanuel is having some developmental and neurological issues from strong antivirals his birthmother had to take when pregnant because she is HIV+. He also had to take the meds for 6 weeks to make sure the virus was not transmitted. We are 95% sure he doesn't have the virus--just one more test to confirm!

The two times we had to supplement with formula, Emmanuel had terrible intestinal issues and screamed and fussed for seven hours straight.

We live in Lincoln, MA. We can drive up to 100 miles today or tomorrow to pick up milk. I'm a little desperate--I don't want E. to be in pain from having formula instead of breast milk.

Please email me at fbenes@gmail.com if you are able to donate--any
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150+ oz breast milk to donate - Newton, MA

Post by sarahann10 on Mon Jul 16, 2012 2:13 pm

Hello-

I have 150+ oz of breast milk to donate to a good home. My son has a cows milk allergy so he cannot drink any of the breast milk that I had stored before I went on a dairy-free diet. The milk was mostly pumped while he was 4-5 months old; he is now 8 months. The milk has been stored in sterile milk collection bags in a deep freezer in my basement. I am a non-smoker, non-drinker, and have not used over-the-counter medications. However, I am on a low dose of prozac for mild depression. My OB and pediatrician said it is completely fine for me to use this medication while breastfeeding but I just want to be up front about this issue for anyone who is interested in the milk.

I live in Newton, very close to 95 and the mass pike.

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Sarah

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