Breast milk reheat

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1396867 tn?1520813858 She should swirl the milk from the fridge, only offer half or less at a time. If baby is hungry, she can offer/warm more. Once the milk has been warmed it should be used w/in the hour, and once it has been drank from, it should be used immediately. Any unused portion should be discarded.
435139 tn?1255463991 At this time, the accepted practice is not to refreeze thawed milk. While some mothers and caregivers reheat expressed milk that was leftover and refrigerated after a previous feeding, there is no research on the safety of this practice.
Avatar f tn How can I store the breast milk... can I freeze it or something so when I'm at work n my husband has the baby he has it to give her?
Avatar n tn if you wanna know what spoiled breast milk smells like, leave a bottle with some left over milk on the counter a few hours (eww- not that i recommend it). also, my lactation consultant told me that a baby would refuse spoiled milk. also, freshly pumped breast milk is good at room temp for several hours. for me, during the summer, it was good up to 5 hours. in the winter, up to 8 hours during the day.
Avatar f tn Breast milk is super-resistant to bacteria. It's way more durable than formula, which means that you can leave it out a while and refrigerate it and the baby can still drink it. Look up La Leche League for information.
194374 tn?1214480294 after it's reheated, swirl the bottle to mix the layers. there is research that indicates shaking breast milk breaks down some of it beneficial components. has a nice chart showing storage guidelines. as for how much to pump for a feed, in general the guidelines are to pump for 10-15 minutes. my baby generally took 2-3 ounces per feed in the first months, then 3-4 ounces per feed up til 6 months.
Avatar f tn You can also warm it up but be careful not to overheat the milk. Also, reheat the milk only once after the initial reheat. It's best to thaw only as much as you'll need in a day. I followed those guidelines--from medical professionals--when I bf'd my daughter & they worked well. Also be sure to follow breastmilk storage guidelines, which you can easily find on the Net.
Avatar m tn cut into 1 inch cubes 2 cups green beans, cut in 2 inch pieces 3 cups sliced shiitake mushrooms 1 (8 ounce) can bamboo shoots, drained 2 tablespoons no-salt seasoning blend, adjusted to taste 1 teaspoon curry powder 2 cups watercress leaves, divided 3 tablespoons unsalted natural chunky peanut butter 1 pound firm tofu, cut into 1/4 inch thick slices 1/2 cup light coconut milk 1/2 cup chopped raw cashews unchopped mint, basil or cilantro leaves, for garnish (optional) Place the garlic, ginger, m
404232 tn?1253969556 I always used the plastic bags to reheat stored milk in and then poured it in the bottles. Although my Avent sterlizer got nuked with all the bottles in it. Oh well. Two healthy babies who occasionally ate dirt, and bugs, and god knows what else when they were two.
875426 tn?1325532016 graham crackers and lactose-free milk- breakfast dinner of chicken nuggets/thin tenderloin breast strips (thicker chicken breast to difficult to chew) or fishsticks/filets are frequent selections along with canned or frozen vegetable or well cooked carrots and perhaps potato or rice or sweet potato lunch- nut-chopped to smitherines macadamia nuts (about 5), pro-biotic yogurt, a pear/pear halves, popcorn w/smart balance & salt, cheerios w/rice milk I take multi-vitamin, calcium citrate and
7826987 tn?1401694641 Boiling water isn't really necessary, tap or not. Breast milk isn't sterile, formula doesn't need to be either. Obviously if you have an older home with lead pipes you wouldn't use tap water, but other than that there is no issue with it.
Avatar f tn 3 are glass bottles that you pour the breastmilk I will have stored in bags into, and the other 3 are the playtex disposable bottles, where you put the bag into the bottle, and then throw the bag away. Some of the breast milk storage bags can be used in the bottles and some can't, so I figured I'd try both and see which I liked better.
116879 tn?1266519849 Make big batches or extra when you cook for yourself, puree using the cooking water or breast milk/formula to thin to the required consistency and freeze as soon as it is cool, either in ice cube trays or small tubs. Reheat in a pan or in the microwave on a medium setting and be sure to heat thoroughly, stir and then let it stand to cool to the right temperature for your baby.
719902 tn?1334168783 Oh yeah and potato is hard to steam, when you puree it, it becomes a bit gooey in texture, so I add some water or breast milk. You can even add formula. With bananas, I use them fresh and just mash them with a fork. You can steam pretty much everything and freeze most fruit and veggies. Bananas are not that great to freeze. Apples and pears can also be steamed, pureed and frozen (although with pears you might get some discolouration).
Avatar f tn m famished, so I eat a snack expecting to eat dinner and wind up too full to eat dinner. DH got upset w/me.. I forgot his milk duds when I went shopping earlier...
Avatar f tn Store in refrigerator to keep fresh for a few days. Otherwise, freeze in a well-insulated container or freezer bag and reheat in the microwave or oven.  Serve these atop a bun or just as they are. I preferred stacked high with veggies, a swirl of ketchup and mustard, and a few slices of fresh jalapeno.
189192 tn?1261345228 (thats my chioce) that way you don't have to sterilize it. As for formula I am a big fan of Good Start! Its the most like Breast Milk the only reasons Doctors do not push it is they get no kick backs from Carnation and there is something to do with it not being offered in Third World countries. This came from my Ped, so I have had the last 2 babies on it and they did great!!! Good Luck!!!!
199177 tn?1490502134 by troubleinohio 1 gallon milk 1 block velveeta cheese 3 to 5 lbs red potatoes (leave skins on if desired--- I do!) 2-3 Medium onions 3-4 TBS chicken bouillon powder Salt, Pepper, Garlic and parsley to taste 1 stick of margarine/butter quarter potatoes and slice onions thinly. BOil them til nearly tender, drain and return to large stock pot. Add in Milk, cheese (cut into quarters or so to help melt it faster), butter and spices.
987762 tn?1331031553 My almost 70 year old mother has just finished telling me how her dr told her she has perfect health for her age, and its true she has no age related issues and she still has her incredible brain. We could swap shells along with the breast implants she plans for me to inherit, dont ask too funny lol I actually think i'm loosing the plot!
Avatar n tn My doctor refused to send me for an allergy test, and gave me a tablet to take - which contained milk - so no use there! I gave up milk and all dairy - the tinnitus and the raised rash and dizziness have all disappeared. However, I am still left with eczema which is very painful as it's on my hands. I had a hair allergy test - which I later found out was not supposed to be very reliable, but it did give me an idea of the things that I could try cutting out.
Avatar n tn And I also find that I get a sharp stabbing pain right under my left breast. Not at the same time as the other. It feels as if I am being stabbed from the inside out every time I breathe in. I found myself taking quick short breaths to just ease the pain. It used to come a couple of times a month but now it comes every couple of days. If I am lucky I won't get it for a week. I have also, recently started getting frequent headaches every week. Rarely more than that.