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Q: What do I do with the milk after pumping my breasts?

A: Your pump should come with milk-storage guidelines. In general, pumped milk is good at room temperature for 7 to 10 hours. In the refrigerator, it's safe for several days. In the freezer, it's fine for several months. Just keep in mind that thawed milk should be used within 24 hours. --Jessica Hartshorn

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Answered by American Baby Team

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December 1, 2018
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Anonymous
December 1, 2018
My baby never slept well (especially through the night) until I started using the website www.SleepBaby.org - that website has been by far one of the best things I've ever got my hands on to get him to fall asleep quickly. Best time is 45 seconds from awake to asleep! Can’t imagine life without it! I heard about it through a kindergarten teacher who uses it to put to sleep a group of 30 children. Check it out!