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Milk ready for long-term/ongoing donation to a mom prescribed an SSRI anti-depressant

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Re: Milk ready for long-term/ongoing donation to a mom prescribed an SSRI anti-depressant

Post by EmilyAston on Sun Sep 08, 2013 10:16 pm

Hi I am in southern Utah and am willing to drive down.. do you already have a baby you donate regularly to? My baby girl is 8 months old and can't keep formula down. She wasnt gaining weight til she was on breast milk.

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Re: Milk ready for long-term/ongoing donation to a mom prescribed an SSRI anti-depressant

Post by 1sickbaby on Mon May 13, 2013 4:50 pm

I am in need if you are willing to ship. I can cover all cost.
Thanks!

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Milk ready for long-term/ongoing donation to a mom prescribed an SSRI anti-depressant

Post by mgillins on Mon May 13, 2013 3:08 pm

I live in Henderson and currently have over 200 ounces of frozen breast milk in 6 ounce Babies-R-Us bags. My daughter was 5 weeks premature and I have been pumping full-time since her birth due to her inability to latch (weeks in the NICU, weak suck and posterior tongue tie). Thanks to a healthy supply, I continue to pump 50-60% more than she consumes daily. I have no more room to store and will have to start pumping and dumping. PLEASE BE ADVISED: I take a routine medication; Lexapro, 10 mg for anxiety. Milk banks will not accept my milk due to the Lexapro, an SSRI anti-depressant. Therefore my milk would be the most appropriate match for a mom who is also prescribed an SSRI (such as Prozac, Zoloft or Paxil) and took it during pregnancy. Please contact me via email if you feel you and your baby are the right fit for me.

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