Question-pg114773070618

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maddiesmom - May 15

Can you mix fresh br___t milk with frozen milk?

 

olivia - May 16

No, you should not do that. Just freeze another bag and put the new date on it. If you froze it that same day, I would still start a new bag.

 

olivia - May 16

Oh, if you mean to thaw the frozen milk, add fresh and feed it to the baby straight away? I wouldn't see why not, it would actually make the frozen stuff better off by adding the antibodies.

 

jessielouwho - May 17

I've been wondering if I can add freshly pumped milk w/ milk that's been refridgerated, can you do that? Because I have been, then freezing it when I have 4-6oz.

 

mom42 - May 17

fresh and refrigerated are fine. you should chill fresh before adding to frozen.

 

Jamie - May 18

You should never "add" milk to frozen milk. Meaning, if you have frozen milk, you should never pour fresh milk on top of it and refreeze it. BUT, if you have 4 ounces of frozen milk, and 4 ounces of fresh, you can combine those to make an 8 oz feeding right then.

 

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