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How to store breast milk

How to store breast milk


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The conservation of breastmilk It is a more common practice than you might think a priori and more and more moms are opting for this formula.

There are several options when it comes to storing breast milk, at room temperature, in the refrigerator, or in the freezer. Below we explain what each of them consists of.

We explain how to preserve breast milk.

Breast milk can be preserved once it is expressed from the mother's breast, either manually or with breast pump. The most important thing when it comes to storing it is that the container where this lunclean and sterilized in order to avoid possible contamination of the milk. In addition, a label or sticker must be placed with the date on which the milk has been expressed.

If the option chosen is storage at room temperature Keep in mind that the temperature should never exceed 25 degrees Celsius, and at most it can last up to 8 hours.

In the case of storing breast milk in the refrigerator, breast milk can be stored for a maximum of Three days, as long as the refrigerator does not exceed the temperature of 4 degrees centigrade.

Finally, if you choose to keep your breast milk in the freezer, you have to take the temperature into account. If the freezer is at -18 degrees Celsius it can keep up to a maximum of 4 monthsWhile if the temperature reaches -20 degrees Celsius, its conservation can be extended up to 12 months. Once thawed, it should be used within 24 hours after its defrosting and if there is milk left over from the feeding, it will not be able to be frozen again.

At first you can keep all the required amount, but it is advisable to keep it in portions that later may be optimal. The best thing is to know the amount of milk that the baby usually takes and keep it in that proportion, thus avoiding wasting milk and making it easier to handle for the taking.

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