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Bringing new born baby carries lots of happiness in your family. You need to provide more attention and importance to your baby that she/he needs most during this period. You have to maintain her schedule for feeding and sleeping. Feeding is the most important for healthy growth of baby. There are many advantages of breast feeding to new born.

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Muskan Posted: Friday, November 1, 2013 3:43:17 PM(UTC)

Yes, you can preserve breast milk.

You can store breast milk in normal room temperature for 3 to 4 hours.
In cold region in freezer you can store breast milk even for 4 to 5 days at 4 to 5 degrees temperature.
In Hot region you can store breast milk for 1 day.

If you are planning to use breast milk within a day you should store it in refrigerator instead of freezer.

Freezing breast milk will destroys some of the substances in your milk that fight infection.

But stored breast milk is still more nutritious then formula milk for baby.

For storing breast milk you must use sterilized bottles, you can purchase plastic breast milk bags and bottles available in baby shops and druggist.

Always use most recent breast milk first as, your body will produce different milk with the growing age and needs of baby and most recent breast milk have maximum nutritional values for baby.

Hope it helps you!!

simran Posted: Friday, November 1, 2013 8:16:50 AM(UTC)
Can I preserve brest milk and for how long