This is only a gentle/kind/friendly reminder. :)
For the past two days, I had a good discussion with fellow breastfeeding moms in a facebook group dedicated to breastfeeding moms (and those who wants to know more about breastfeeding).
We had a good discussion on how long the breastmilk can be consumed by the baby once the fresh/frozen milk has been warmed.
( berapa lama susu fresh atau frozen boleh bertahan di dalam suhu bilik sekiranya telah dipanaskan?)
A friend had linked the discussion to a breastfeeding mom's blog (which is one of a good sources for breastfeeding info) and we were surprised to read the guideline. It had stirred a confusion among us.
I immediately sought advice from a good friend of mine, who is also a breastfeeding advocate and a licensed breastfeeding counselor. She gave me a very good reference which I would like to share it here.
Please click on the link below :-
ABM Clinical Protocol #8: Human Milk StorageInformation for Home Use for Full-Term Infants(Original Protocol March 2004; Revision #1 March 2010)
The Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine Protocol Committee
Therefore, I would really appreciate if you has included any breastfeeding guideline in your blog, please cross check the guideline with this protocol.
This will help to avoid any future confusion among breastfeeding moms especially new mommies.
Thank you for your time.