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Seeking Dairy Free or Low Dairy Milk

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Re: Seeking Dairy Free or Low Dairy Milk

Post by meganhart on Tue Apr 06, 2010 4:28 am

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Re: Seeking Dairy Free or Low Dairy Milk

Post by lilianagarland on Mon Apr 05, 2010 9:54 pm

Megan,
I have lots of milk that I can donate if you are interested. I have a dairy limited (not 100% free since I do occasionally eat cheese, icecream, etc) but I'd be more than happy to donate it for your baby. I am located in northern Delaware, city of Wilmington, and we can arrange a pick up or we can have it delivered. Email me if you are interested at garland_liliana@hotmail.com.
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Seeking Dairy Free or Low Dairy Milk

Post by meganhart on Sun Apr 04, 2010 5:45 pm

I breastfed my son for 7 months before I started to wean. I never imagined he would have such a severe allergy to milk protein. I had little to no dairy in my diet so it never affected him the first 7 months. But as soon as we started with formula he vomited profusely. He failed to gain an ounce for 6 weeks as we tried every formula on the market. We were finally referred to Children's and diagnosed with multiple food protein allergy and severe reflux. We were given one week to gain or we were off to the hospital.

We have had generous vegan donors and he has thrived on breastmilk. Donor milk is what has keep us out of the hospital. Currently we use Neocate prescription milk free formula when we can't use donor breastmilk. However he dislikes it so much that he refuses to eat at times.

I can pick up in northern VA. Thank you for reading!! Raynmegan@yahoo.com

ETA: Just got home for the pediatrician. We are on weight watch again as he has not gained in a month. Any amount would help us so much.

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