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200 + ounces to donate

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Re: 200 + ounces to donate

Post by Smaddox91 on Sat Mar 16, 2013 7:53 am

Sorry I ment pay for storage bags

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Re: 200 + ounces to donate

Post by Smaddox91 on Sat Mar 16, 2013 7:52 am

"Please I'm desperately trying to find milk for my baby! She is EBF but I've gone back to work and can't keep up, she is STILL refusing the bottle of formula and the daycare let her go with out until I could get a break to nurse her I can't keep up I'm pumping when can but my supply has dropped from be lack of nursing during the day - I Strictly breast feed at home never give her a bottle until she has to have at at the daycare( I work there but only get a hour break , to pump and nurse and it's not enough ! Please pleas I would be ever so grateful for help, I've tried so many different formulas and she won't take ANY of them I'm in Oklahoma and willing to pay for shipping" she was born at 35 weeks weighing 5 lbs and does and storage bags great on breast milk but formula if and when she takes it hurts her tummy she screams in pain and ends up throwing up a huge amount, please I would live a long term donor I would be forever thankful to receive and of blessings of milk contact me by phone 580-919-5525 or email smaddox91 @ hotmail . Come

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200 + ounces to donate

Post by kjustin on Fri Mar 15, 2013 6:38 pm

Hello,
I have 200 + ounces of breastmilk to donate. The milk was pumped between November and March from when my son was 11 months until now (15 months). He stopped drinking expressed milk in January after taking it every day while I was working since he was 9 weeks old.
Some of the milk has a funny taste to it because I have high lipase. Some babies will drink it (my son being one of them) and some won't. Nutritionally, I have read that high lipase milk still has all of the nutrients and will not hurt the baby even though it tastes funny. I also have some milk (about 100 ounces) that has been scalded before freezing that tastes fine, but may not have all of the antibodies of freshly pumped milk.
Please let me know if you are interested. If you are feeding using a g-tube, this milk would work fine.
Thanks,
Kerrie

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