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Breast Milk Storage 101

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Milk should be warm, but not irritate you in any way. Used milk left over in the container after thawing must be discarded. Never refreeze milk!

Information from this article was found in:
Alden, K. R. (2007). Newborn nutrition and feeding. In D. L. Lowdermilk & S. E. Perry (Eds.) Maternity and women’s health care, pp. 709-742. St. Louis, MO: Mosby.

Claire is a twenty-three year old nursing student at Arizona State University interested in perinatal nursing. She is currently living in Tempe, AZ with her dog Bella.

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