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    Sticky: Re: Scalding breastmilk due to excessive Lipase

    Yeah, me neither :)

    I found another interesting piece on lipase. I ran across a mention of serum-stimulated lipase, with the claim that only this type of lipase from breastmilk is active in a...
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    Sticky: Re: Scalding breastmilk due to excessive Lipase

    I subscribe to the "LACTNET" emails (for LCs - even though I'm not even an LLL Leader! LOL), and saw this interesting blurb in one of the posts:

    ". . . one suggestion is to decrease the mother's ...
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    Bottle warmer for scalding?

    I need help getting a good bottle warmer for scalding breastmilk due to excess lipase. I need:

    - One that can heat the milk to 180 degrees

    - One that is quiet, as I share an office with two...
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    Re: Etiquette for pumping at work

    :ita

    One thought . . . do you have Instant Messaging software that you can use? And can you pump hands-free? That might be a way to be available for communication without embarressment for...
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    Re: Quality of scalded vs. unscalded?

    I did a lot of research when I discovered the problem. What I found is that some small amount of vitamin C is lost (not much), and most of the IgA (an antibody), but not all, is lost. The rest of...
  6. Re: would you toss this milk? Left out overnight :(

    Scalded milk has fewer antibodies, and (if I recall) should be treated like formula. If you want to follow the rules and guidelines precisely.

    Nonetheless, if it were ME - I'd taste the milk, and...
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    Re: Going back to work...

    I also had the lipase issue. Like the previous poster said, just taste your expressed milk after a day or two of storage. For me, it was extremely blatant; I had to control my gag reflex.

    After...
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    Re: What to try after block nursing?

    Thanks, sixyearplan!

    I know that during my last nursing experience, I was block-nursing twins, two babies to one side, for six hours straight during the day (block nursing at night w/ twins was...
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    What to try after block nursing?

    I have OS, and block-nursing has gotten us to the point where baby is only showing a little gassiness from foremilk / hindmilk imbalance and can tolerate the OALD as long as she gets burped after...
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