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Help for my son?

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Re: Help for my son?

Post by Nouimet26 on Mon Jun 23, 2014 1:48 pm

I have 95+ ounces of frozen milk from 6/6/2014 to present day. My son has food allergies and is unable to use would love to help!! I am a 28 year old mom of three.

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Re: Help for my son?

Post by lizdiesel on Sat May 31, 2014 4:42 pm

Hi! My name is Lisa and I am looking to donate most or all of my frozen milk as i have way to much to use and my son cant break up the protein in it, so his daily amount is very limited. I would love to help a momma out Smile If you are still interested I will send you my email or phone number

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Help for my son?

Post by LSha on Fri May 02, 2014 3:03 pm

Hi, I am a mother to a sweet 9 week old son. We have had multiple issues with breastfeeding and now formula. My son had a severe lip tie and tongue tie that remained undiagnosed for weeks. The 4th lactation consultant that I saw actually caught it. We had other issues including an induction due to preeclampsia and his hospitalization for jaundice. I was also re hospitalized for increased blood pressure, and the two of us were separated for a day which also contributed to breastfeeding issues. He had colic and pretty much needed to be held 24/7 for any relief. I tried to pump but was unable to pump the full 10-12 times per day due to holding him and having him literally kick off the shields. We received a generous donation of breast milk; the results were amazing. Now we have been out for approximately a week, and we are back to a crying and screaming unhappy baby. I'm working with my pediatrician to try to remedy this but no positive results yet. Any donation would be greatly appreciated. I am more than happy to replace bags. I know this is a donation site but also I'm happy to trade diapers etc as a small token of appreciation for your hard work!

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