Can I mix breast milk that I pump at two different times?

Can I mix breast milk that I pump at two different times?

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Yes, certainly. If you're doing a lot of pumping, try to mix batches pumped around the same time. The most common scenario is pumping on Tuesday and adding it to milk that you pumped on Monday. If the milk is already frozen, be sure that you cool the milk before adding it to what's already pumped.

In other words, if you have 1 ounce pumped, cool it and add only that ounce to the frozen supply. Only add cold milk to cold milk or cold milk to frozen milk. Because you never want to waste breast milk, you might consider freezing it in relatively small amounts. This way, if your baby doesn't take it all, you won't be throwing it out.

Watch the video: How to use your Symphony Breastpump - by Medela Australia (July 2022).


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