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Old 01-11-2007, 10:08 AM   #2
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Re: Any one else have this problem???

You might want to consider donating to a milk bank or a private donation.

If approved, milk banks will supply a pump and bottles free of charge - I have donated to the National Milk Bank (add .org to this to go to their site). I have also donated privately to a mom with an adopted baby through the MilkShare yahoo group.

I have had an abundant supply too, it drop a bit after awhile and is now more managable.

Either way, donating milk is a way to help other babies who really need BM or preemie babies in a NICU.

Also, I found that using the BM storage bags saves on space in the freezer. I lay my flat to freeze, then store then upright in a larger ziploc bag.
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