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Looking for milk in North Dakota

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Re: Looking for milk in North Dakota

Post by kjboss on Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:21 pm

I live in Jamestown, ND. I have a 3 month old baby boy, and have a large excess of milk. I have been looking into donating it. I have a cousin that adopted a baby, and she was going to take it, but her doctor told her "not to bother." As shocked as I was, I still want to donate the milk to a child in need. I currently have a box of close to 600 ounces (and much more that I package every day). I do not take any medications, other than my prenatal vitamin and an iron supplement. Please let me know your email so that we could make arrangements if you are interested.


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Looking for milk in North Dakota

Post by acuhealingarts on Mon Jan 04, 2010 5:08 pm

Hello I am a first time mom of an adorable 5 month old with red hair named Kingston! I had a breast reduction in 2002 that has caused me to have a low milk supply. I have tried all kinds of things to up my supply and have gotten to a point where I can supply him with about 15-20% of what he needs. I was lucky enough to be getting milk donations from my sister in law (who had a baby the same week as me!) up until recently when her supply was cut short as well. My son has been getting supplemented breast milk since he was 6 weeks old thanks to wonderful women like you! I am willing to travel to get the milk if needed but an ideal donor off the I94 corridor. I live in West St Paul, MN and also run my own acupuncture business there too. I am originally from North Dakota (Beulah near Bismarck) and travel there on a regular basis to run another acupuncture business in Beulah. I also have lots of relatives throughout the state whom I see often so could arrange all kinds of things with a giving woman from ND> We had a homebirth as well so the need for the simplicity of human breastmilk is very necessary to our lives and that of my son's health. We are very appreciative that there are amazing women like you out there willing to help our family!


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