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Moehugzz

  1 мес. назад

Baby Formula Shortage

Baby formula is getting even harder to come by at retailers across the U.S., amid a nationwide shortage of one of the most important products for new parents.

There are mothers who breast feed that are pumping their milk and donating to other families. This is a kind gesture, but would you feed your baby someone else's beast milk? Your Thoughts?
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Pinktroll

  1 мес. назад
I am glad I am not faced with this decision. I think that if they were to set up facilities where they would screen the donators, maybe give some type of exam etc. that I would be a bit more comfortable and perhaps knowing that it is being stored properly before I was going to take it home and feed it to my child. I think that I would really want to know that the person I am getting the milk from isn't a drug addict or didn't have any thing that could be passed on to my child. It is really inconceivable and beyond irresponsible that this shortage was allowed to happen at all. Ответить
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pc1976

  1 мес. назад
Yes, if my baby were hungry I would feed them someone else's breast milk. I think if a woman is caring enough to help others this way she probably takes good care of herself and wouldn't put anything in her body that would be harmful, but if it were someone trying to sell their breast milk I would be leery of that person. Ответить
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riviera911477

  1 мес. назад
Thankfully, my youngest in the household is not on formula any longer. Ответить
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pdnr

  1 мес. назад
This was a common practice before baby formula was invented. If a mother died in childbirth (which wasn't all that unusual at the time), a wet nurse would be hired or a member of the family or community who had a baby would help out. Also, wealthy and aristocratic mothers often used a wet nurse because they "couldn't be bothered" with nursing their newborns. Many a slave served as a wet nurse on plantations; they may not have been considered equal with their owners but their milk sure was.
Since breast milk is supposed to be especiallly more beneficial for newborns, some mothers who for various reasons cannot nurse (adoptive and foster moms, those who had trouble nursing and those who chose to not nurse and are no longer lactating) might find their babies do better with breast milk than formula especially with babies who have allergies and/or upset tummies with some formula brands.
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Doozie

  1 мес. назад
I'm so relieved this stage of life was many years ago however if my child is hungry, of course I would use donated milk. I understand the hesitancy but considering years ago when a mother wasn't able to feed her baby other lactating women within the community would offer. Ответить
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slycke1

  1 мес. назад
73 years old with no kids, so I won't be part of this problem. Ответить
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