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About 150oz of milk to donate - low on dairy - low dose of Celexa (citalopram)

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About 150oz of milk to donate - low on dairy - low dose of Celexa (citalopram)

Post by CaseyK on Sat Feb 25, 2017 4:33 pm

I have about 150oz of milk to donate. The milk was pumped and frozen in January and early February before I found out my son could not tolerate any dairy in my diet. I reduced my dairy intake in the middle of January - so it is dairy-low, but not dairy-free.

I take a low dose of Celexa (an SSRI) - 20mg daily. Celexa can be taken while breastfeeding, but it is possible for it to enter the milk supply in small amounts.

I'm a healthy non-smoker. I have 2 kids that have done well breastfeeding - my daughter breastfed for 25 months and son is currently breastfeeding vigorously despite his milk/egg/soy intolerance. If my supply stays high, I could have more milk to donate in the future, but I have to get rid of my freezer-full because of my son's new-found sensitivities.

Milk can be picked up in Medford, MA. I'd be willing to meet or drive up to an hour in the next few weeks before I return to work.


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